Meet the Doc
Dr. Lisa Whitty Bradley is CEO & Founder of Loop Plastic Surgery, S.C. and Chicks with MDs, LLC. Both entities focus on the education and empowerment of both Patients and Physicians.
She is a board certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, with additional expertise in the Essentials of Private Practice Building and Restructuring, Contract Negotiation, Mastering the Evolution of Healthcare Reform, as well as Disability and Malpractice coverage concerning physicians.
Dr. Whitty Bradley spends a significant amount of her practice time teaching young, as well as, seasoned physicians about the essentials of creating a legally and financially secure practice environment.
Born and raised in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York, she graduated from John Dewey High School and later attended Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, obtaining a B.A. in African American Studies. Her travels led to Detroit, Michigan, where she earned her M.D. at Wayne State University.
Dr. Whitty Bradley completed her General Surgery training at the University of Illinois in Peoria, Illinois, followed by a Hand Fellowship at the University of Connecticut in Hartford. She completed her Plastic Surgery training at the Prestigious Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
Her first four and a half years of practice were spent in a multispecialty surgical group; however, she now has a solo practice in Chicago, Illinois. Her passions are family, cooking, writing and yoga. Most days you can find her hanging out with her husband and daughter or trying to find the best food spot in town.
Book the Doc
My company, Chicks With MDs, LLC, is a Professional Think Tank that focuses on the Continued Care, Education and Empowerment of patients and physicians.
It is my sincere belief that physician, and overall healthcare provider, education is key to achieving this goal in the care of patients. This is why I focus almost half of my professional time and attention on re-educating and updating physicians on topics that directly impact their practices.
Listed below are potential topics that I can discuss with healthcare providers at your institution. If there are other issues you would like me to discuss, I would be more than happy to incorporate these topics into my main lecture or a break-out session.
I would also be happy to meet with patients, in a forum or community setting, to address concerns they may have regarding healthcare reform, breast cancer care and screening, or Essentials of Preventative Care for good health maintenance.
- Updates in Healthcare
- Essentials of Malpractice and Disability Coverage for Physicians
- Critical Topics in Contract Negotiations: Essential for Residents, Fellows and Established Attending Staff.
- Avoiding Legal and Contractual Landmines that can Make the Remainder of Your Life and Career Extremely Difficult.
- Keys to Success for the Medical Students Applying for Primary Care and Competitive Medical and Surgical Sub-Specialties.
- Essential information to know when completing information on applications and preparing your personal statements. Words of advice from a physician who sits on a residency admission committee.
- Essentials for the residency or medical school interview. Things not to do and essentials to know before the big interview.
- The necessity of utilizing preventative care under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)
- Women’s Health Essentials. What patients need to know and utilize for optimum health outcomes. Breast cancer screening and treatment.
- Work-Life Balance: Banishing the Myth of Being Able to ‘Do It All’. Taking Care of Self, in Order to Satisfy You and All Who Depend Upon Your Best Self.
- Reinventing Yourself After Personal/ Professional/Medical Catastrophe. Your Best Days Are Ahead of You. Focus, Regroup and Rebuild.
My visits usually consist of two to three lectures; faculty (grand rounds or regional meeting participation), resident/fellow/student forum and possibly a community/patient lecture. There is an honorarium for my lecture series.