Steven P. Schmidt, M.D.
Dr. Schmidt received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern College in Tennessee and his medical degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in California. He completed his plastic surgery training at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. Dr. Schmidt is board certified in plastic surgery and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Matthew J. Fox, M.D.
Dr. Fox received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and his medical degree from Wright State University School of Medicine. His training consisted of general surgery residency at Akron General Medical Center. He completed his plastic surgery residency at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga. Dr. Fox also completed two additional fellowships in surgery of the hand and aesthetic surgery at the University of Alabama, Birmingham. He is board certified in plastic surgery and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Jason T. Hedrick, M.D.
Dr. Hedrick specializes in general plastic and reconstructive surgery. He received his medical degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in California. Dr. Hedrick completed a Plastic Surgery Residence Program at the University of Cincinnati as well as a General Surgery Residency at Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University. Dr. Hedrick’s plastic surgery clinical training experience includes adult and pediatric hand and facial trauma, abdominal wall reconstruction, lower extremity reconstruction, microsurgical breast reconstruction and cosmetic surgery. He was recognized as the Outstanding Resident of the Year (2008 thru 2010) in the Academy of Medicine, Resident Teacher and Trauma Residency categories. Dr. Hedrick is board-certified.
Dr. Schmidt is a staff member at Kettering and Sycamore Medical Centers, Miami Valley Hospital and Miami Valley South, Children’s Medical Center and is part owner of the PSI Surgery Center. Dr. Schmidt is also Surgical Co-Director of the Children’s Cleft Palate Clinic.
Dr. Fox is a staff member at Kettering and Sycamore Medical Centers, Miami Valley Hospital and Miami Valley South, Southview Medical Center, Children’s Medical Center and is part owner of the PSI Surgery Center. Dr. Fox also has privileges at Atrium Medical Center.
Dr. Hedrick is a staff member at Kettering and Sycamore Medical Centers, Miami Valley Hospital and Miami Valley South, Children’s Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital and Good Samaritan North and is part owner of the PSI Surgery Center. Dr. Hedrick also has privileges at Soin Medical Center.
A Note From The Doctors
Our medical training and practical experience have resulted from hundreds of satisfied patients – satisfied with the care and personal attention they received. As well as the final results.
We believe in ongoing dialogue to make certain we understand what you want and that you completely understand the procedure. We listen to you, really listen, and advise you on what is possible and realistic.
How you feel about yourself is crucial to your well being and happiness. Often, these feelings have to do with one’s appearance and a change almost always results in improved self-esteem and added confidence.
Regardless of the type of surgery you are contemplating, we are happy to sit down with you to discuss what options would work best for you.
Dr. Steven P. Schmidt
Dr. Matthew J. Fox
Dr. Jason T. Hedrick
IN LOVING MEMORY OF GREGORY E. MAUPIN, M.D.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved colleague, mentor and friend.
He is dearly missed.
The Physicians & Staff of Plastic Surgery Institute of Dayton, Inc.
Legacy of Healing is an important part of Dr. Schmidt’s life. Legacy of Healing sends medical mission teams worldwide providing free surgical, medical and dental care as well as safe drinking water to underserved communities. Young people are included as team members, to continue building a legacy that promotes and enhances physical and spiritual health and healing for future generations. Since 2004 Legacy has performed 1147 free operations and seen 7510 village clinic patients. Started by Dr. Schmidt with only six people, it is an inspiring example of what happens when people work together with Christ’s love sharing their time and talents in service to others.