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Randolph Wojcik, MD
Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery
Surgery
Plastic Surgery/Hand Surgery
Randolph  Wojcik Jr., MD
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Experience
  • Education

    Undergraduate
    Dartmouth College
    BA - Economics
    1993

    Medical Training
    St. George's University, School of Medicine, St
    MD - Doctor of Medicine
    1997

  • Training

    Resident 1997
    General Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Resident 1998
    General Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Resident 1999
    General Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Resident 2000
    General Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Resident 2001
    General Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Resident 2002
    General Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Fellowship 2003
    Plastic Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Fellowship 2004
    Plastic Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

    Fellowship 2005
    Plastic Surgery
    Lehigh Valley Hospital
    Allentown, PA

  • Certifications

    American Board of Plastic Surgery - Plastic Surgery

  • Ratings & Comments from Patients
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Randolph Wojcik
Randolph Wojcik
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  • Philosophy of Care

    I want each of my patients to feel like they are the only patient in the practice. Every patient is different. I want them to trust me and know that their care will be individualized to meet their needs and goals. I treat my patients like they are members of my family. My ultimate goal is their happiness.

  • Why I Entered Medicine

    I knew I wanted to become a plastic and reconstructive surgeon when I read the book “The Work of Human Hands.” It’s about a pediatric surgeon in Boston and tells the stories of the children and families he helped throughout his career. I shared the physician’s desire to help people and make a real difference in their lives.

  • Community & Charity Involvement

    I volunteer with surgical missions as part of the organization Healing the Children. I visit third-world countries to care for children with cleft lip and cleft palate. I also care for our community as a member of our Bariatric Support Group and Multidisciplinary Breast Disease Management Team.

  • Personal Interests

    In my free time, I enjoy coaching my children’s sports teams, golfing, fly-fishing and reading.