Sarah Evans MD

Plastic Surgery

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About Me

Sarah Evans, MD earned her medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, N.C. Her residency included plastic surgery from the University of Cincinnati Division of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Hand Surgery, in Cincinnati, Ohio and general surgery from Duke University Department of Surgery, in Durham, N.C.

Dr. Evans is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery. Procedures she performs include, but are not limited to, breast reconstruction, body contouring, abdominoplasty, breast augmentation or reduction, and skin cancer resection and reconstruction.

Her honors and awards include a Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Research Grant. She has authored peer-reviewed publications and presented at national conferences including the American Association of Plastic Surgery 2014 Annual Meeting.

Originally from Longmont, Colo., Dr. Evans’ personal interests include running, cooking and spending time with her family.

Education & Training

Medical School

Duke University

Fellowship

Duke University Hospital

Residency

University of Cincinnati Division of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Hand Surgery, Duke University Department of Surgery for General Surgery

Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery, American Board of Plastic Surgery

Insurance

St. Peter’s Health accepts most major insurances. To verify that your insurance is accepted, contact the clinics’ Central Business Office at 406-447-2828.   

Patients are expected to furnish all the necessary health insurance information and sign the medical release and insurance assignment authorizations. St. Peter’s Health will submit complete insurance claims on the appropriate forms for the charges recorded. 

Keep in mind that insurance is a contract between the patient and his or her insurance company and that St. Peter’s Health is acting only as a billing agent. St. Peter’s Health cannot pursue payment from insurance carriers in the event of non-payment or benefit denials. If a patient’s insurance carrier has not submitted payment within 30 days of billing, St. Peter’s Health expects the patient to pay the balance in full. Patients receive a monthly statement showing any account activity and the remaining balance due.