ERIC WRIGHT, M.D.

“IN MY FIELD, I TREAT EVERY PATIENT AS A UNIQUE INDIVIDUAL AND SHOW COMPASSION TO EACH PATIENT’S SITUATION.”

Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon,
Wright Plastic Surgery

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Quitman

Consecration

Arkansas native Dr. Eric Wright is the definition of home-grown success. Raised in Quitman, he learned the value of hard work from working on his family’s farm. It was the timeless idea of the 4-H organization, “Making the best better” that inspired his work, giving him purpose as he serves Arkansans through his work in plastic surgery every day.

 

ERIC WRIGHT, M.D.

“IN MY FIELD, I TREAT EVERY PATIENT AS A UNIQUE INDIVIDUAL AND SHOW COMPASSION TO EACH PATIENT’S SITUATION.”

Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon,
Wright Plastic Surgery

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Quitman

Consecration

Arkansas native Dr. Eric Wright is the definition of home-grown success. Raised in Quitman, he learned the value of hard work from working on his family’s farm. It was the timeless idea of the 4-H organization, “Making the best better” that inspired his work, giving him purpose as he serves Arkansans through his work in plastic surgery every day.

 

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

My extensive training in plastic surgery is one of my proudest accomplishments. I completed a six-year residency at Stanford and a one-year fellowship in aesthetic and breast reconstruction at Massachusetts General Hospital

SURPRISING FACT:

I grew up on a farm, have a bachelor’s degree in poultry science and still enjoy working on the family farm in Quitman.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

I love that plastic surgery is the combination of aesthetically restoring and improving the function of the human body.

MOST ADMIRED PERSON:

My father, who taught me to do what is right. He is a devoted father and friend.

HOW HAVE YOUR EXPERIENCES SHAPED YOU?

My work ethic originates from the family farm upbringing where I learned the value of hard work.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

My extensive training in plastic surgery is one of my proudest accomplishments. I completed a six-year residency at Stanford and a one-year fellowship in aesthetic and breast reconstruction at Massachusetts General Hospital

SURPRISING FACT:

I grew up on a farm, have a bachelor’s degree in poultry science and still enjoy working on the family farm in Quitman.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

I love that plastic surgery is the combination of aesthetically restoring and improving the function of the human body.

MOST ADMIRED PERSON:

My father, who taught me to do what is right. He is a devoted father and friend.

HOW HAVE YOUR EXPERIENCES SHAPED YOU?

My work ethic originates from the family farm upbringing where I learned the value of hard work.

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