Dr. Kasabian loves his work; he finds great joy in the positive impact he can make on a patient’s life. Particularly drawn to large, complex cases, he provides keen analysis of a patient’s individual situation and then helps her make choices that are the best match for her needs.
Dr. Kasabian also uses his skills to help those in need. He volunteers with Healing the Children and Medical Missions for Children, organizations which provide children all over the world with much-needed medical care. He is fluent in Armenian as well as English.
As System Chief of Plastic Surgery and Associate Chair of Surgery at Northwell Health, Dr. Kasbian is proud of Northwell’s commitment to help patients get the surgery they need, regardless of their insurance or ability to pay.
He also serves as the Program Director of the Plastic Surgery Residency of the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, where he is training the next generation of compassionate, patient-centric physicians.
Dr. Kasabian accepts a wide range of insurance plans: view the current list of accepted insurance on the Northwell Health website. We also recommend that you contact us directly with any questions regarding your coverage.
Maria has been assisting Dr. Kasabian with preoperative and postoperative patient care since 2015. Although she finds working in the operating room very rewarding, she also loves speaking with and listening to patients and their families. Maria is the Friedman Center’s resident specialist in 3-D nipple areola tattooing for breast reconstruction. She enjoys cooking, traveling, and quality time with her family.
Dea is Surgical Coordinator “extraordinaire” to Dr. Kasabian, whom she has worked with since 2014. She strives to make each patient’s experience positive by providing them with personal attention from their first appointment to their last. When she’s not at work making patients’ lives a little better, she’s putting the same level of care and attention into her farm to table cooking and spending time with her family.