Marc S. Scheiner, M.D.
Dr. Marc S. Scheiner completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware, and received his medical degree at the University of Texas. Following his residency at the University of Florida, he practiced family medicine in the small town of Elkton, Maryland during the 1990’s. During that time, Dr. Scheiner was forced to refer patients from rural Cecil County to Baltimore or Delaware for plastic surgical procedures. His interest in this type of surgery and his desire to provide these services for the local community led him to begin plastic surgery training.
Dr. Scheiner was accepted at the Nassau University Medical Center in 1999, where he entered the General Surgery Program. Following the completion of his general surgery residency, he began training with the oldest and largest plastic surgical group in the United States, the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group in New York.
In June of 2004, Dr. Scheiner completed his plastic surgical training and moved back to Cecil County to open the O’Leigh Aesthetic Surgery Center, LLC, filling a much needed gap in locally provided plastic surgical care.
In 2006, Dr. Scheiner, along with several other local physicians, began construction of a new medical facility in Elkton, Maryland. This building, in addition to being Dr. Scheiner’s new office, houses Cecil County’s first ambulatory surgery center, the Upper Bay Surgery Center. Upper Bay Surgery Center offers ambulatory surgical procedures in a private, comfortable, and safe environment.
Dr. Scheiner has lived in Cecil County since 1984 and currently resides in North East with his wife and three children.
David Santamore, M.D.
Dr. Santamore completed undergraduate and medical school training at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He completed his Anesthesiology residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, and his fellowship in Cardiac Anesthesia at the University of Rochester Medical Center, in Rochester, NY. He is board-certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology. Formerly on the faculty of Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Dr. Santamore is now president of Securus Anesthesia, LLC.