Since 1998, the NSOCP has been involved in training physicians in a variety of cosmetic procedures.
View NSOCP 2013 upcoming courses and register online.
Complement your existing practice by adding elective office based procedures.
2013 Cosmetic Conference The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, NV September 19-22, 2013
Dr. Boardman received his Doctor of Medicine from New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY. While in
medical school, he was the recipient of the U. S. Army’s Health Professional Scholarship. He completed his
internship and residency at Westchester Medical Center, NY in 2001. Dr. Boardman then went on to active
duty in the U. S. Army and was stationed at Keller Army Community Hospital at the United States Military
Academy, West Point, NY. During his tenure there, he was appointed as Chief of General Surgery, Chief of
Trauma, Medical Director of both the Pre-hospital Traumatic Life Support Course and EMT-B course, and
was part of the Orange County Disaster Response Team. Dr. Boardman spent two tours overseas during his
four years of active duty. His first tour, in 2002, was at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo where he was Chief of
Surgery. His second tour took him to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was with the 28th
Combat Support Hospital in Baghdad from September 2003 to March 2004. He became board certified in
September 2002 and was inducted as a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons in 2004. Along with his
wife, Dr. Mary Beth Lewis, an obstetrician and gynecologist, they relocated to Clermont in the summer of
2005. Together they are raising their two children, Annabella and Samuel.
Dr. Boardman has developed a special interest in cosmetic surgery since graduating medical school. Being a
general surgeon, he has worked with a variety of cosmetic surgeons in the treatment of diseases and the
reconstruction after surgical procedures. This began with his work at Westchester Medical Center. During his
residency he rotated into the burn unit and onto the plastic surgery services. In those rotations he treated
severely burned patients, assisted with the reconstruction of breast cancer patients and patients needing
advanced reconstruction of cosmetic defects. This interest continued with his practice at Keller Army
Community Hospital where he learned to perform abdominoplasties on patients who had significant weight
loss after gastric bypass surgery. He also furthered his education on breast cosmetics by treating and
reconstructing breast cancer patients. After opening Clermont Surgical Associates, he took time out of his
busy practice to educate himself further on the subtleties of cosmetic breast surgery in order to be able to
offer his patients the most comprehensive surgical practice around. He has partnered with Drs Lewis and
McLean of Clermont Obstetrics and Gynecology, to be able to offer most cosmetic and skin related care.
Dr. Boardman is also an integral part of the South Lake Community. He supports the local community by
giving health related lectures/talks, participating in fund raising events, donating to local charities, being a
Chairman of South Lake Hospital’s Quality Control Committee and being a President of the South Lake
Independant Physician Association and a board memeber of the Lake Sumter Medical Society. He has joined
forces with several other local physicians to work with South Lake Hospital to improve the quality of care
provided to the citizens of the area.
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