Steven E. Copit, M.D.
Dr. Copit and his team are part of the oldest continuous plastic surgery practice in the United States. The history and tradition of this practice is evidence of the quality of plastic surgical care that they provide.
The team’s vast experience has allowed them to adapt and modify different surgical techniques to provide patients the best possible result. The goal is to afford patients the most up to date procedures providing natural results with the least discomfort and quickest recovery time possible. For over 100 years, Jefferson Plastic Surgery has been built one patient at a time, on a reputation for providing high quality, safe, consistent plastic surgical care.
Matthew P. Jenkins, M.D.
Dr. Jenkins is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Dr. Jenkins earned a BS/BA in biology and sociology from Boston College, after which he obtained a medical degree at Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. He continued his medical training at Temple University Hospital where he completed his general surgery residency and a fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Jenkins is Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery.
Dr. Jenkins has published academic articles in the top plastic surgery journal and has presented research at several academic conferences. A native of Pennsylvania, he lives in Philadelphia with his wife and daughter.
Robyn Berger, RN BSN
"Passionate and hard-working are two words that have always been associated with me in both my professional and social endeavors. I am a second career Nurse with a significant background in Cosmetology as a Master Stylist and educator. Helping people enhance their best features is second nature to me. Having a natural inclination toward both science and art, I decided to earn my Bachelor of Science in Nursing to take my strong care giving and aesthetic skills to the next level. An artist’s eye, creative thinking, and meticulous hand-eye dexterity are just a few skills I brought with me into my Aesthetic Nursing career."
"My years’ experience as the Director of Nursing, Peri-operative Nurse, and Nurse Injector with a Facial Plastic Surgery practice provided me with unparalleled, extensive exposure to the anatomy and physiology of the face, head, and neck, as well as the psychological aspect of aesthetic medicine. Experience working as an RN in a hospital setting in both Trauma as well as Vascular Surgery has well rounded out my nursing and active listening skills. I pride myself as a Nurse Injector who takes ample time to listen to patients’ concerns and goals, as well as explaining each step in a clear and easily understood manner. My primary goal is to carefully listen to each patient, study their face, and deliver exactly what he or she aesthetically desires in the most safe and comfortable methods possible."
"My style as an Injector is the same as how I approach most things in life; never overdone, never unnatural, fake, or harsh, just simply your most gorgeous you."
Qualifications and Recognitions: Drexel University College of Nursing & Health Professions, RN, BSN University of Phoenix, Associate of Arts and Sciences, Health Care Administration and Management
Licenses: Registered Nurse in Pennsylvania and New Jersey; Cosmetologist in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Certifications: CPR and AED; BCLS; HIPPA certified; Neuromodulator and Dermal Filler Injector Certified; Certified Laser Technician; Chemical Peel and Microdermabrasion Certified; Dermaplaning Certified
Organizations: The Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses (AORN), American Nurses Association (ANA), American Heart Association (AHA)