Dr. Campbell's patients and colleagues are consistently impressed by his empathetic, caring nature, his dedication to ensuring each patient's experience is positive. Regardless of whether a patient desires a subtle change or a major transformation to the face, body, breast, or skin, Dr. Campbell understands that a skillfully performed plastic surgery procedure can lead to a renewed sense of self-esteem and an enhanced level of confidence.
As a natural athlete, Dr. Campbell accepted a football scholarship to Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, and received numerous awards as quarterback and captain of the ASU football team, including Academic All-American First Team NCAA/GTE Disney. Even throughout his illustrious career as a college athlete, Dr. Campbell remained dedicated to his goal of eventually becoming a physician and he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology in 1992.
Afterwards, Dr. Campbell began his medical training at Mercer University, School of Medicine in Macon, Georgia, and received a medical degree with highest honors in 1999. Dr. Campbell then entered the six-year General Surgery residency program at the University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, Chattanooga Unit. During his residency, Dr. Campbell actively participated in research and served as Chief Resident of Surgery. After the completion of his General Surgery training in 2005, he pursued a 2-year fellowship in Plastic Surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The plastic surgery training program at Vanderbilt is recognized as one of the most prestigious in the nation.