Dr. Orlando Llorente MD
Dr. Orlando Llorente, MD is one of our highly awarded board certified plastic surgeon. He has received such honors as Health grades Honor Roll. Dr. Llorente graduated from the prestigious Howard University College of Medicine in Washington D.C. and is a highly experienced and educated Plastic Surgeon. Dr. Llorente has multiple specialties, and is an exact model of the level of excellence we look for in our surgeons. His most notable specialties include Breast Augmentation and Tummy Tuck.
Before graduating from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington D.C. in 1999, Dr. Orlando Llorente attended such recognized undergraduate schools as Barry University School of Graduate Studies and the University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences.
Following his graduation, he remained an intern at New York’s Presbyterian Hospital Weil Cornell Medical Center, one of the most prestigious hospitals in the country. Finishing his time as an intern, Llorente went onto finish his residency first at the Washington Hospital Center until 2003, and then at the University of Missouri in 2007. Lastly, he attended Northwestern University as a fellowship hospital until 2008.
Throughout his education and career, Dr. Llorente has been recognized multiple times for his outstanding work in the field of plastic surgery.
Awards & Recognitions
As you might already know, Miami, Florida is one of the top places where people travel to in order to receive top of the line, plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures as well, as cosmetic procedures that are non-surgical. Here at New Life Plastic Surgery we offer patients cosmetic procedures with the highest technological advances conducted by board certified surgeons that have impeccable reputations and credentials in this industry.
Recognition from the Health grades Honor Roll
Recognition from the Dow & Clive O Calendar Fellowship in 1997
Awarded with the Dr. M Wharton Young Prize in 1999
Awarded the Dr W Montague Cobb Prize for Excellence in Anatomy in 1999
Recognition from the Roche-Robinson Fellowship in 1998
Awarded the Mcgraw-Hill Book Award in 1996
Awarded the Dr J Gregory Memorial Award in 1997
Awarded the Howard University Trustee Scholarship in 1999
Recognition from the Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Medical Society in 1998
Awarded the Department of Pharmacology Award in 1999
Awarded the Merck Manual Award in 1999
Recognition from the University of Missouri Hospitals and Clinics in 2003
Awarded the Dr Luther D. Robinson Award in Psychiatry in 1997
Awarded the Granady Award for Excellence in Medicine in 1999