Valeriy Shubinets, M.D.
Fellowship-Trained, Board-Eligible Plastic Surgeon
with added training in Hand Surgery
Valeriy (Val) Shubinets, M.D. was born in Ukraine. At the age of 13, he immigrated to the U.S. with his parents. They settled in Chicago, where they eventually became U.S. citizens. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Chicago, being one of only five Chicago Public High School students to be awarded a full-tuition scholarship to this prestigious university.
Dr. Shubinets earned his M.D. degree at Harvard Medical School. At Harvard, he was selected to the Health, Science and Technology (HST) program, geared towards developing physician-scientists. As part of HST, Dr. Shubinets attended additional classes at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and spent an extra year in a basic science research laboratory. Dr. Shubinets then completed a 6-year residency program in plastic surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania -- known for its strong foundation in microsurgery and reconstructive surgery -- and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, consistently ranked at the top of nation's pediatric hospitals. Finally, Dr. Shubinets completed his orthopaedic hand fellowship at Curtis National Hand Center, the nation's premier hand surgery program.
With his extensive training in microsurgery and orthopaedic hand surgery, Dr. Shubients treats a variety of conditions in the upper extremity. He is excited to join the Greater Chesapeake Hand to Shoulder and provide excellent and compassionate care to his patients.