Dr. Jennifer Walden graduated from medical school in 1998. She attended the University of Texas at Galveston, which has a medical branch. She has been a plastic surgeon for 17 years now. Having spent the preponderance of her now lengthy career in New York, she recently moved back to Austin so her young children could be raised nearby extended family. While in Manhattan, where she relocated after completing residency in Texas, she was an attending surgeon at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat. She moved to Manhattan because she was selected for a fellowship at this Big Apple eye, ear and throat firm. This fellowship is highly-competitive and world-renowned. Capitalizing on her special interest in aesthetic surgery, she also worked at the venerated Lenox Hill Hospital during her time in New York. Dr. Walden also taught surgery when in New York, having been appointed to the position of instructor of surgery at New York University Langone Medical Center.
Dr. Walden graduated Salutatorian from medical school. This is the highest honor conveyed to a graduate, and she was also elected President of the Texas Alpha Chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. During her time in New York, and after she completed an externship at the well-known Plastic Surgery Associates in Miami, Florida, she received many awards including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Award for the Best Scientific Exhibit by a Candidate in Vancouver, BC, in 2014. Another accolade would come in the form of being published in Texas Super Doctors, also in 2014, which is a monthly list that celebrates consummate physicians in the greater Austin area.
Today, from her offices in Austin, Texas, Dr. Walden offers a host of surgical procedures, including face, nose, breast and body augmentations. Fully embracing the fact that looks matter in our aesthetically-driven society, the firm philosophy is to promote health and well-being. They achieve this goal by listening to patients, and guiding them toward the best solution for body image enhancements they are seeking. Dr. Walden has a reputation the proceeds her, and as a result she has interest from potential patients that reach far beyond the Austin area. She has people on staff who are there to help just those patients reach Dr. Walden through her “Fly-In Program.” They help with flights, accommodations and with all facets of organizing the trip to Austin. For Dr. Walden and her staff, in the end it is all about helping people feel better about themselves.