Sarah Goldsberry-Long, MD, MS, is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at UW Medicine’s Reconstructive Surgery Center and Northwest Hospital.
Dr. Goldsberry-Long provides reconstructive surgery for oncologic conditions, lymphatic surgery, and aesthetic surgery. She believes that a team-centered approach is necessary to achieve good outcomes while encouraging patient’s to be strong advocates for themselves throughout their care process. Dr. Goldsberry-Long is dedicated to supporting her patients along their medical journey while engaging patients to learn about their options and goals. She is devoted to a patient-centered team approach to provide patient’s with personalized care that aligns with their goals and values. She takes pride in developing professional relationships with my patients to help them navigate the challenges of their medical journey.
Dr. Goldsberry-Long earned her master’s degree at Columbia University in Human Nutrition and her MD from Keck School of Medicine of USC. Her clinical interests include oncologic reconstruction of the breast, trunk and extremity, reconstructive and aesthetic facial surgery, and body contouring.
|Keck School of Medicine USC||Medical Education||2013|
|University of Washington||Internship||2014|
|University of Washington||Residency||2019|