At Salameh Plastic Surgery, we love our community. As we face the global COVID 19 crisis together, it is both our duty and our pleasure to do all we can to help. Through our community outreach program, we’re making efforts to support our neighbors. We’ve started by donating 20% of online proceeds to Megan’s Mobile Grocery to help the vulnerable in our area receive food and essentials during the pandemic. We’re also working on an effort to donate bottles of Dr. Salameh’s medical grade products to front line healthcare workers who suffer from bruising due to their constant need to wear medical masks. Lastly, we’ve committed to donating a ventilator from our on-site, in-office AAAASF certified surgical suite for the care and treatment of local patients.
We’re in this together, and we’re honored to be part of a community known for its strength and willingness to give back.
If you’d like to be involved, or if you’d like to invite us to participate in a humanitarian or health effort, fill out our contact form and we’ll be happy to reach out directly. We look forward to hearing from you.
The Salameh Plastic Surgery team had an amazing time at the Blanket of Bourbon event held at the National Corvette Museum on February 15, 2020. This is the inaugural year for A Blanket of Bourbon which helps raise funds for The Ethan Foundation. The Ethan Foundation provides after-school exercise programs and nutrition programs to enhance the health and well-being of local youth in Bowling Green and surrounding counties. The event treated guests to a three course dinner, entertainment, live and silent auction and more. Dr. Salameh donated $5,000 worth of procedures that was auctioned off at the event. We were honored to be apart of this fun and exciting event and we look forward to participating in years to come.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many frontline heroes were forced to wear masks for long periods of time. These heroes were suffering from scars and bruises on their face due to extended wear of their protective gear. Dr. Salameh and the team donated ALL of their bottles of Scar & Bruise team to medical professionals working the frontlines to help with discomfort from wearing these masks. These heroes spend half an hour every day applying bandages across their faces to avoid painful sores caused by their protection masks. For anyone currently working the frontlines who has to wear masks for long periods of time, please contact us about getting your own personal bottle of the Salameh Scar & Bruise Cream. We appreciate all of the medical heroes who helped with COVID-19!