Michael J. Busuito, M.D. is board certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of several prestigious medical societies. He has also published numerous peer-reviewed articles and abstracts and delivered presentations at conferences across the country. Despite his active schedule, Dr. Busuito has made time to volunteer his surgical services to underprivileged children in Mexico every year since 1994.
Dr. Busuito earned his medical degree in 1981 from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan. Prior to this, he received a B.S. from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and completed graduate studies in Biochemistry and Physiology at Wayne State University.
Dr. Busuito's post-graduate training included residencies in general surgery and plastic surgery at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He was the Chief Administrative Resident in both specialties.
Dr. Busuito's professional memberships include:
- American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- American College of Surgeons
- Detroit Surgical Society
- Michigan State Medical Society
- Wayne County Medical Society
- Michigan Academy of Plastic Surgeons
- Midwest Surgical Association
Kids in Need Deserve Necessary and Essential Surgical Services
Dr. Michael J. Busuito and other physicians working with Operation KINDNESS travel to foreign countries to provide surgical care to children suffering from severe deformities (mostly cleft lips and palates) that would otherwise go untreated due to lack of medical care and technology in their homeland.
The children treated by Operation KINDNESS are the poorest of the poor, without its services, these kids would have little to no chance of leading a normal life.
Operation KINDNESS travels to areas where the need is greatest and continue returning until all the children are treated. For the past ten years, Operation KINDNESS has been traveling to southern Mexico near Guatemala despite the dangers presented by the ongoing drug war and violence in Mexico.
Since September 2004 Operation KINDNESS has treated thousands of patients who otherwise would have not received treatment to correct:
- Cleft lips and palates
- Burn scars
- Cancerous and Precancerous lesions
- And many other debilitating Conditions
Operation KINDNESS has found a way to bring about the connection! Making the world a better place… One child at a time
"There is a need for help. There are people that are willing and able to help. The goal is to connect the need with the right people."