Dr. Jennifer Walden: The Bright star of Austin, Texas

Dr. Jennifer Walden is a name to be reckoned with in the medicine industry. She has been named as one of the 24 best beauty surgeons in America by the Harpers Bazaar Magazine in 2014. She started her training with the best surgeons in NY city before eventually returning back to her home town Austin. She is on the board of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). She is also a media darling being known to feature in numerous beauty magazines over the years.


Dr. Walden’s colleagues and patients describe her as a warm individual who is always at the service of her clients and patients despite her endearing daily schedule. Jennifer grew up in Austin in the Northwest Hills Neighborhood. She is one among the five children in her family. Her late father happened to be a dentist while her mother was a nurse. She achieved quality education and calls her mother as a role model. Jennifer got her bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas and was accepted into medical school on a waiting list. She fought for her place determined and dedicated throughout her college which got saw her graduating with Salutatorian position. She thought of pursuing plastic surgery as she loved the creativity and immediacy involved with the field. She got accepted in the post residency aesthetic fellowship surgery program in Manhattan where she stayed for almost 8 years. Dr. Walden has an international base of clients and has more than 30 years of experience in the field. She attributes her business to the arrival of her twin kids Rex and Houston who she loves fondly.


She moved back to Austin to start her own business and in less than three years established her business to great heights. The Westlake Medical Center is her brainchild and is fully accredited by AAAASF which is the premier program for Office OR accreditation. She takes great pride in her work and asks young women to pursue the field of medicine. She often provides mentorship programs to female pre-med students. She says that one needs to be internally driven and motivated to strive in the medicine field. She also asks young women to have a support system around themselves if they are to succeed in their respective fields


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