Dr. Seema Arora Elected To AAPI Board Of Trustees
Congratulations to Dr. Seema Arora, who was recently elected to the AAPI Board of Trustees starting June 2017. She currently serves as the Regional Director for the New England area.
Dr. Seema Arora is a graduate of Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, India and completed her residency from North Shore medical Center,a Partners Healthcare Hospital, in Salem, MA. For the past 18 years, she has been practicing Internal Medicine in the North Shore area & is currently contracted with Bay State Medical Associates & CenseoHealth.
Dr. Arora is also certified and experienced in Aesthetic Medical, Anti Aging & Weight Reduction procedures like Botox,Fillers, Laser Skin Rejuvenation, Microdermabration, Chemical Peels, Laser Hair Removal, Sclerotherapy, Liposuction, etc. She has served as the Medical Director of a chain of Medical Spas.She has also been a speaker in Aesthetic Medicine at CME conferences as well as moderated many Aesthetic Medical & Anti Aging panels.
Dr. Arora has part of the executive committee of IMANE since 2008 and has served as its President. She has been the Chair of IMANE Arts & Culture committee. She received Presidents award for distinguished work from IMANE in 2011,specifically for organizing the first ever Spring meeting in 'Risk Management'.
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