Dr. Majmundar and the office of Northside Plastic Surgery believe in the power of giving back. Here are just a few examples of the charitable contributions made on behalf of the practice:
- Meals by Grace
- Giving Kitchen
- St. Jude's Children Hospital
- The Atlanta Mission
- The Good Samaritan Health Clinic
- Feed the Frontlines Georgia
- Forsyth County Women’s Club
- National Parkinson’s Foundation
- Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce
- GAIN (Georgia Asylum & Immigration Network)
- Night of Spectacles
- Legacy Ball for Voice Today, Inc.
- Muscular Dystrophy Association
- Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
- Catholic Charities Atlanta Gala
- BAPS Charities
- Power of Pink Breast Cancer Awareness
- Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation
- Local Roswell, Ga family whose child is fighting life-threatening brain cancer, Neuroblastoma
- Georgia Academy of Audiology to support the hearing impaired
- Have a Heart
- Ronald McDonald House
Toys for Tots
Northside Plastic Surgery is proud to be a partner with Toys for Tots again this year. We will be a drop-off site for all who wish to donate a toy.
Medical Outreach of America & Second Chance Surgeries
The team with Second Chance Surgeries performed 22 free surgeries in total in 4½ days, and the group as a whole performed 43 which included orthopedics cases and general surgery cases. “We worked from 7am to 7pm most days and the other days we were there until 8-9pm.”, said Dr. Majmundar. He also stated that, “it was a very rewarding trip made possible by all of the donations we received from everyone in Atlanta. All of the surgeries were paid for by the generous donations.” In Guatemala, the hospital nurses, techs, and doctors were all very cooperative and willing to help us treat the people they could not. We helped people breathe better, see better, removed skin cancers, and reconstructed noses, lips, and eyelids.”
Dr. Mike Majmundar and his team with Second Chance Surgeries, the 501(c)3 charitable foundation created by Dr. Majmundar, traveled to Guatemala March 4th through March 11, 2018, to provide no-cost surgeries to those in need. It was an honor for Second Chance Surgeries to join forces with Medical Outreach of America, a charitable organization also from Atlanta, on this endeavor.
Dr. Majmundar said that “this is the first time we didn’t get any cleft cases but you never know what the needs will be until you arrive.” No matter what the need, it is such a privilege to be able to give “second chance”.
UB4Me Apparel Partnership
Northside Plastic Surgery and Second Chance Surgeries joined forced to raise money for Second Chance Surgeries to help give individuals in third-world countries and “second chance” in life.
- Georgia Tech Athletics
- Goodwill of North Georgia
- Milton High School Theater ((MASK): Milton Actor’s Support Krew)
- Mount Calvary Presbyterian Church
- Ronald McDonald House
- GAIN: Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network
Band Together Against Breast Cancer
Dr. Mike Majmundar and Northside Plastic Surgery are proud to be a Give-Back Partner with ‘Band Together Against Breast Cancer’. The pink headband is the symbol of this initiative and donations support the Greater Atlanta Susan G. Komen Foundation.
The 5th Annual Skin Cancer Screening was on August 21, 2014.
The 5th Annual Skin Cancer Screening was on August 21, 2014. The event provides free full body skin cancer screening to anyone and appropriate referral to a specialist if a suspicious lesion is found. Dr. Majmundar founded the event 5 years ago to increase awareness of the rising incidence of skin cancers and the importance of using sun block.
Atlanta Top Doctor performs Free Surgery for Guatemalan Children
Dr. Majmundar returned to Guatemala in March of this year and this time to the city of Escuintla. The government hospital of Escuintla donated their staff and operating rooms so Dr. Majmundar could perform cleft palate, cleft lip, and other facial reconstructive surgeries to help the impoverished children of this area. Read the full press release.
Northside Plastic Surgery once again an official ‘Toys for Tots’ Dropbox site
Dr. Mike Majmundar, board certified facial plastic surgeon and director of Northside Plastic Surgery, announced that once again, our Alpharetta and Atlanta offices will be official ‘Toys for Tots’ Dropbox locations. The famed boxes will be located outside of each location for toy donations.
Dr. Mike Majmundar gives Mo’ for Movember
Dr. Mike Majmundar, board certified facial plastic surgeon, rocked a stache that he purposefully grew for the month of Movember out of support for and increased awareness of men’s health issues, particularly prostate and testicular cancer. See Dr. Majmundar’s full stache here. (View Link 01) and (View Link 02)
Power of Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Event
Dr. Majmundar and Northside Plastic Surgery are proud supporters of the Power of Pink. At the most recent event, a charitable donation was made on behalf of the practice to support this amazing event.
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon Aids Children in Guatemala
Dr. Majmundar recently returned from extending some Southern hospitality, and much needed surgical expertise, to some of the poorest citizens of Guatemala. Working with the non-profit organization Flying Doctors of America (FDOA), Dr. Majmundar and his team were hosted by a government-run hospital in Retalhuleu.
4th Annual North Fulton Skin Care Screening
For the past four years, Dr. Majmundar has offered free skin care screenings with participation from the North Fulton Hospital. The event was originally founded in 2009 by Dr. Majmundar himself, and has been a huge success ever since.
Northside Plastic Surgery is Official “Toys for Tots” Dropbox Site.
Alpharetta/Roswell/Atlanta – Mike Majmundar, M.D., Board Certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, and director of Northside Plastic Surgery, announced that his practice has been named an official “Toys for Tots” Dropbox site. The famed boxes, earmarked for toys for struggling families, are located at two of Northside Plastic Surgery’s offices. Toys may be donated at the Roswell/Alpharetta location at 11681 Haynes Bridge Road, Suite 200, or at the Atlanta office at 5730 Glenridge Drive, Suite 220.
“Please come out and make a donation to this worthwhile cause,” stated Dr. Majmundar. “Christmas is about children, and we want to provide a happy holiday to as many as we can.” For more information, Visit www.toysfortots.org or www.northsideplasticsurgery.com.
Northside Plastic Surgery Makes Donation in Support of Atlanta Chapter of Flying Doctors of America – 23rd October, 2012
Dr. Mike Majmundar, director of Northside Plastic Surgery, is pleased to announce that a portion of the proceeds from the practice’s Evening of True Beauty was donated in support of the Atlanta Chapter of Flying Doctors of America.
Flying Doctors of America is a volunteer charitable organization that brings together physicians, dentists, physicians’ assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, pharmacists, and other non-medical volunteers who give medical and dental care to people in developing countries throughout the world.
Dr. Majmundar, a double-board certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, recently volunteered in Guatemala where he used his expertise to repair everything from cleft lips and palates, to severe facial deformities. For more information on Flying Doctors of America, and upcoming mission trips, visit www.fdoamerica.org or call Mr. Michael Altman at 404.273.8348.
Caring for the uncared – Mission Guatemala (May 25-28, 2012)
Over 56% of the population in Guatemala live in poverty and half of them earn less than $2 a day. Dr. Mike Majmundar, our double board certified Facial Plastic Surgeon, headed to this Central American country for a surgical mission with ‘Flying Doctors of America’ to help children with cleft lip, cleft palate, facial burn injuries, and birth defects. The medical team volunteered in the city of Coban in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, which is one of the most impoverished areas of this beautiful country. Dr. Mike Majmundar and his team performed 24 surgeries, mostly cleft lip and palate surgeries in children, working 13 hours a day for three consecutive days. It was an exhausting but very humbling 3 days and they hope to return with more equipment and supplies to treat many others who need their help.