“Patients become part of the family after their procedures.”
Meghan Scott has always been interested in the medical field and helping others. Growing up in Kansas, she was exposed to what patient care is at an early age. Her mother suffers from Lupus, and one of the many symptoms of this disease can be a very painful rash. So, over the years, Meghan became more and more familiar with aesthetic medicine and what it is like to care for others.
After starting her medical aesthetics career in Kansas City, she moved to Atlanta in 2014. She looked for a new home in the medical field and found Dr. Elizabeth and Atlanta Face & Body.
“I love working here. I have worked for other doctors before this, and I can tell you Dr. Elizabeth is as genuine as they come. She has a heart of gold and loves what she does, and I am learning so much from her,” Meghan says. Meghan tries to absorb as much as she can every day from her boss and is using that knowledge in becoming an RN later this year.
“One of the most rewarding parts of working at Atlanta Face & Body is seeing how patients become part of the family after their procedures. Our clients come back to visit, and we get to see their new outlook on life and how much better they feel about themselves,” Meghan states.