Shahrbanoo (Sharon) F. Noori, MD, is a Board-certified General Surgeon with the Health First Medical Group (HFMG). Dr. Noori earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in Persian Studies from Emory University in Atlanta. She completed her thesis, "Human Trafficking: The New Form of Slavery", at Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health, Department of International Health. Dr. Noori earned a Medical Degree from Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta.
She completed a General Surgery Residency at Orlando Regional Medical Center in Orlando, Fla. She then completed a Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles
Dr. Noori holds certifications in Basic Life Support, Fundamental Critical Care Support and Advanced Trauma Life Support.
She holds several honors, including recipient of the Iraj Afshar Award for Outstanding Essay in Persian at Emory University, and recipient of Breast Cancer Achievement Awards Program from the Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Symposium.
Dr. J. Patel attended medical school in Baroda, India and completed internships at Detroit General Hospital in Michigan and S.S.G. Hospital in India. He completed his General Surgery residency at Detroit-Macomb Hospital Association in Michigan. Dr. Patel completed two fellowships at the Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo, New York: one in General Surgery Oncology, including Solid Tumor Chemotherapy and one in Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology.
Subsequently, he joined the Breast Department at Roswell Park Memorial Hospital as Senior Cancer Research Surgeon for six years.
Dr. Patel has been practicing as a General and Oncologic Surgeon in the Melbourne area since 1984. His practice is now focused on breast cancer, breast disease and sentinel lymph node biopsy.
George N. Collis, MD is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Health First Medical Group in Melbourne. He was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, obtained his undergraduate degree at Duke University and medical degree at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed his surgical residency at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla. And went on to complete his fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland.
Dr. Collis has several research publications in general and plastic surgery and has presented at national and international society meetings. He served as Education Chair for the Mayo Fellows Association and served on the Cleveland Clinic Quality Committee for reduction in surgical site infections in implant-based breast reconstructions.
Dr. Collis' special interests include breast reconstruction, DIEP microvascular breast reconstruction, aesthetic breast surgery, complete surgical management of melanoma, facial cosmetic surgery, facial reconstructive surgery following trauma and skin cancer resection, non-surgical facial rejuvenation, and body contouring.