Andrew Watt, MD

Dr. Watt is an attending hand and reconstructive microsurgeon and assistant fellowship director at the Buncke Clinic. Dr. Watt graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BS in Biology from Indiana University in Bloomington. He pursued his medical training at the University of Michigan School of Medicine, receiving his Doctorate of Medicine with Honors in 2005. Dr. Watt was selected for postgraduate training in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Stanford University, where he excelled graduating in 2011. While a resident, Dr. Watt received the recognition as the Department of Surgeries Critical Care Resident of the Year. He then sought an additional year of fellowship training in Hand and Microvascular Surgery at the University of Washington to further refine his surgical skill set.

Dr. Watt is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic surgery with the added distinction of scoring in the 99th percentile on his Oral Board Examination. Dr. Watt also maintains a Certificate of Added Qualification in Surgery of the Hand.

Dr. Watt joined the Buncke Clinic in 2012 and has been performing microvascular transgender surgery since that time. He and his team have performed over 240 microvascular phalloplasty operations. His practice is highly varied, ranging from treatment of complex bone and soft tissue injuries to cosmetic reconstructions.

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