Dr. Catherine Hannan
After earning her undergraduate degree at Yale University, Dr. Catherine Hannan completed her medical degree at Georgetown University Hospital and her plastic surgery residency at the Medstar Georgetown University Hospital program. She has been working at the VA Hospital since 2011 and in 2014 became Chief of the Plastic Surgery division. She is board certified in plastic surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and is an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery. As an assistant professor in plastic surgery with Georgetown School of Medicine, she is involved in both medical student and resident education and is particularly interested in mentorship of young women aspiring to a career in surgery.
Dr. Hannan’s practice focuses on general cosmetic and aesthetic surgery as well as non-invasive techniques. She also is passionate about reconstructive surgery after breast and skin cancer, wound care and limb preservation.
She is a medical reviewer for Healthline.com and is enthusiastic about educating the public regarding plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Hannan lives in Northwest DC with her husband, two young sons and a rescue labrador. In her spare time she sings in her church choir, volunteers with her son’s school and exercises.
“I personally know what a leap of faith in can be to place your trust in a surgeon, and I am truly humbled when patients place that trust in me. I strive to use my education, experience and passion to give my patients the results they have hoped for: to help you be your natural, confident and beautiful self.”