At Jane Weston, MD, Dr. Weston and her staff provide skillful aesthetic care to patients with the goal of making a lasting and positive difference in their lives. Our range of state-of-the-art procedures include both surgical and non-surgical techniques, all performed in an atmosphere of warmth, privacy and trust.
Safety is our most important priority. All nursing services are provided by licensed R.N.’s. with years of experience in operating room and recovery room care. Every patient is provided with individualized one-to-one post-operative care and is given detailed post-operative care information before being discharged.
Dr. Weston operates at Stanford University Hospital, Sequoia Hospital and Menlo Park Surgical Hospital.
Jane Weston, MD Center uses the services of the Stanford-based Associated Anesthesiologists Medical Group. All member anesthesiologists are M.D.’s and board certified in anesthesia by the AAMD. Many hold double certification in primary care specialties such as internal medicine or pediatrics. Members of this group have published extensively in the area of liposuction anesthesia and are considered experts in this field.
Jane Weston, MD Center is not licensed to provide overnight accommodations on site. All surgery performed at the surgical facility is outpatient surgery and is performed with the expectation that patients can safely be discharged to home at the completion of their surgery. We will never discharge patients to return to an empty house, however, as it is essential for all patients to have someone on hand to attend to their needs during the initial post-operative period. For patients who so desire, our office staff can assist you in making alternative overnight arrangements.
We accept several different forms of payment for your convenience.
To help finance plastic surgery procedures for our patients, we have partnered with CareCredit.
CareCredit is a personal line of credit for healthcare treatments and procedures including cosmetic surgery.
CareCredit is not a health insurance policy, but more like a credit card. You qualify on the strength of your credit history and CareCredit can help you pay out-of-pocket healthcare costs that are not covered by your insurance policy. Approval is based on information from your credit application and past credit history, including information from the primary applicant as well as any co-applicant.