Dr. Jerome Lamb is a native of Independence and has been in practice in the Kansas City area since 1988. Dr. Lamb is the past president of the Kansas City Plastic Surgery Society, a distinguished member of the American Board of Plastic Surgery as well as a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery and the Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.Dr. Lamb understands you have many options for choosing a cosmetic surgeon in the Kansas City area. Any licensed physician is legally allowed to advertise as a “plastic” surgeon or “cosmetic” surgeon, even if he or she has no formal surgical training. When you are choosing a cosmetic surgeon in Kansas City, make sure they are Board-Certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS).
Having spent over twenty five years serving the Kansas City area, Dr. Lamb understands that every person’s needs are unique. His focus on your personal care begins with an individualized, interactive consultation to gain an understanding of your desires. You will have an opportunity to talk to Dr. Lamb about your concerns, anticipated results, and treatment options. This approach ensures you are knowledgeable, comfortable and confident with your cosmetic surgery or skincare decisions.
Dr. Lamb’s practice offers a complete range of procedures from minimally-invasive enhancements to comprehensive cosmetic surgery for both women and men. Dr. Lamb has created this website to provide you information about some of the services his office offers. However, this information cannot take the place of your personal consultation with Dr. Lamb. After you have reviewed this content, we suggest you set-up a confidential consultation by calling (816) 795-5262. Our office is conveniently located at I-470 and US Hwy 40, a short drive from Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs, Liberty, Overland Park, and Leawood.
Independence, MO 64055
Served two year commitment to the U.S. Public Health Service at St. Louis City Hospital July 1982 – June 1984 as a civilian.
Undergraduate: University of Missouri-Kansas City, Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry May 13, 1977.
Attended: August 1972 – May 1977.
Medical School: St. Louis University, Doctor of Medicine May 16, 1981.
Attended: August 1977 – May 1981.
NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION
American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc.:
POST GRADUATE TRAINING
Internship: Categorical Surgery, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics
June 1981 – 1982. Program Director: David B. Skinner, M.D., Department Chairman.
Residency: General Surgery, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics, June 1984 – June 1986. Program Director: David B. Skinner, M.D., Department Chairman.
Residency: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Tulane University, July 1, 1986.
Training program completed June 30, 1988. Program Director: William M. Swartz, M.D., Division Chief.
Attending physician, Emergency Department, St. Louis City Hospital
July 1982 – June 1984.
Attending physician, Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
St. Anthony’s Medical Center, St. Louis, MO, August 1982 – June 1984
Private practice, August 1988 – August 1998, Blue Springs, MO 64014
Private practice, August 1998 – June 2012, Independence, MO 64055
Chairman, Ambulatory Care, October 1989 – September 1990, Lee’s Summit Hospital
Chairman, Department of Surgery, October 1990 – September 1991
Lee’s Summit Hospital
Chairman, Credentials Committee, 1991 – 1993, St. Mary’s Hospital of Blue Springs
Active staff status at St. Mary’s Hospital of Blue Springs, March 1989 – April 2005
Courtesy staff status at Truman Medical Center, Lakewood, May 2005 – July 2010
Courtesy staff status at Excelsior Springs Medical Center, April 1989 – September 1998
Courtesy staff status at Independence Regional Health Center, September 1988 – October 1999
Courtesy staff status at Medical Center of Independence, January 1989 – May 2007
Courtesy staff status St. Joseph Medical Center, October 1996 – May 2003
Courtesy staff status Western Missouri Medical Center, May 2000 – December 2006
Courtesy staff status Lee’s Summit Hospital, September 1988 – May 1999
Courtesy Medical Staff Centerpoint Medical Center, 2007 to present
Active Medical Staff Heartland Spine and Specialty Hospital, February 2010 to present
Consultant-Sanofi-Aventis, Lecturer, Product Physician Training, December 2007 – June 2009
Active Medical Staff The University of Kansas Hospital, September 2011 to present
Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, The University of Kansas, School of Medicine, September 2011 to March 2014
Board of Directors, Healthnet Physician Partners, Inc., 1995 – 2002.
Credentials Committee, Mid-America Medical Affiliates, 1994 – 2002.
Credentials Committee, St. Mary’s Hospital of Blue springs, July 1989 – 1994.
Medical Executive Committee, St. Mary’s Hospital of Blue Springs, July 1991 – 1994
Medical Executive Committee, Lee’s Summit Hospital, October 1989 – January 1993.
President, Kansas City Plastic Surgery Society, 1997 – 1998.
Quality Assurance Committee, Lee’s Summit Hospital, October 1989 – January 1993.
Treasurer, Missouri Plastic Surgery Society April 2009 – April 2011.
AWARDS AND HONORS RECEIVED
American Medical Association Award of Excellence in Clinical Research. Received April 1981 at the National Student Research Forum, Galveston, Texas.
Roche Laboratories Award in Clinical Sciences, First Place, Medical Student Division. Received April 1981 at the National Student Research Forum, Galveston, Texas.
Mead Johnson Excellence of Research Award. Received April 1981 at the National Student Research Forum, Galveston, Texas.
Department of Surgery Outstanding Senior, St. Louis University. Received at commencement May 1981, St. Louis, Missouri.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Abstract: Lamb, J., Vitale T., Kaminski, D.L.: Comparative evaluation of synthetic meshes used for abdominal wall replacement. Current Surgery 41 (3), 216, May/June 1981.
Abstract: Surek, C.C., Beut, J., Stephens, R., Jelks, G, Lamb, J. Pertinent Anatomy for Midface Volumizing Procedures. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 135(5):818e-829e, May 2015. (Cover Article)
National Presentation: Lamb, J.: Comparative evaluation of synthetic meshes used for abdominal wall replacement. AMSA/UTMB National Student Research Forum, April 23, 1981, Galveston, Texas.
Regional Presentation: Lamb, J., Tommey A., Pelias, M.E., Parry, S.W.: Scarred tissue beds: An unfavorable microsurgical environment. An experimental animal study. South Eastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. June 1, 1987, Point Clear, Alabama.
National Presentation: Lamb, J., Facial Volume Compartments, Safe Injection Cadaver Dissection and Presentation, January 29, 2015
National Presentation: Lamb, J., Understanding Facial Compartments and Spaces for Volumizing Procedures, January 30, 2015
National Presentation: Lamb, J., “Status of the Art in Facial Rejuvenation” ASAPS Las Vegas 2015 Aesthetic Synopsis
National Presentation: Lamb, J., Surek, C., The Injector’s Toolbox: Staying Safe, Accurate and Reproducible, ASAPS Las Vegas, April 5, 2016
Peer Reviewed Article: Lamb J., Vitale T., Kaminski, D.L.: Comparative evaluation of synthetic meshes used for abdominal wall replacement. Surgery 93 (5) : 643-48, 1983.
Article: Lamb, JP, What’s wrong with competition in healthcare: Isn’t that the American Way. Mo Med. 2005 Nov-Dec; 102(6): 502-4
Article: Lamb, J. DIY-The Physician Pilot: parallels between aviation and medicine. Mo Med, 2006 Sept-Oct; 103(5): 486-7
Article: Lamb, J, Volume Rejuvenation of the Face. Mo Med. 2010 May-June; 107:3 198-202
Peer Reviewed Article: Surek, C., Beut, J., Jelks, G., Lamb, J., Pertinent Anatomy and Analysis for Midface Volumizing Procedures. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal, August 2014.
Peer Reviewed Article: Surek, C., Beut, J., Stephens, R., Lamb, J., Jelks, G., Volumizing Viaducts of the Midface: Defining the Beut Techniques. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 35(2)121-134, February 2015.
Peer Reviewed Article: Surek, C., Vargo, J., Lamb, J., Deep Pyriform Space: Anatomical Clarifications and Clinical Implications, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 138(1)59-64, July 2016.
National Poster: Lamb, J., Swartz, W.M.: Management of Paraplegic Infected Hip and Controlled Ischial Trochanteric Pressure Sores – The Anterolateral Thigh Muscle Flap. 27th annual Senior Residents Conference. March 28, 1988, Memphis, Tennessee.
Published Video: Pertinent Anatomy for Temporal Volumizing Procedures-Cadaver Dissection Las Vegas 2015
Published Video: Anatomy of the Facial Fat Compartments-A New Interpretation – Cadaver Dissection Las Vegas 2014
Published Video: Volumizing Viaducts of the Midface: Defining the Beut Techniques
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP
American Medical Association
Kansas City Plastic Surgery Society
American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc.
Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Fellow, American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians (Inactive)
American Society of Aesthetic Surgery