Dr. Nicholas Wingate grew up in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Vanderbilt University with a B.A. in Neuroscience, and attended the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia for his doctorate of medicine. During medical school, he was chosen by peers and faculty members as the recipient of the Gold Humanism Honor Society Award (GHHS), as a part of a national network which recognizes medical practitioners who serve as “role models of the human connection in healthcare”.
Following medical school, Dr. Wingate was accepted to the prestigious integrated residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Strong Memorial Hospital. During his residency program, he was awarded the resident research award and served as Chief Resident. Now, Dr. Wingate is board-eligible and a candidate for the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He joined Legacy Plastic Surgery in 2021.
Throughout his undergraduate and medical school programs, and now in his career, Dr. Wingate has played an integral role in several technology startups. He believes strongly in advancing the field of plastic surgery through cutting-edge technology, with an emphasis on patient safety.
Dr. Wingate enjoys spending time and trying new hobbies with his wife and two children, including skiing, wakeboarding, golfing, and fishing.
“My top priority is for my patients to have an outstanding experience. I will always give them my undivided attention, both in consultation and throughout the operating process. Each patient is different, and it’s my responsibility to ensure their needs are met, with quality outcomes. We will always work to custom tailor our approach to each individual, through the most advanced surgical and non-surgical treatments available.”