Anne Peled, MD

San Francisco, CA

California Pacific Medical Center

2100 Webster St, 424
San Francisco, CA 94115




St Helena, CA

Adventist Health St. Helena

821 South St Helena Hwy, Suite 2
St Helena, CA 94574

Anne Peled, MD

Dr. Anne Peled is a breast cancer and plastic surgeon based in San Francisco. She is board-certified in plastic surgery and has fellowship training in breast surgical oncology making her uniquely able to offer both breast oncologic and reconstructive surgical care. She is the co-director of the Breast Care Center of Excellence at Sutter Health California Pacific Medical Center. She has extensive research experience focused on improving outcomes after breast cancer surgery and breast reconstruction and is currently involved in research looking at novel approaches to optimize patient satisfaction and quality-of-life after breast surgery. Dr. Peled has a passion for educating patients and health care professionals about advanced breast surgery and reconstruction, regularly teaching across the U.S. to increase awareness about available options.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • California Pacific Medical Center

  • Presidio Surgery Center

  • Adventist Health St. Helena

Undergrad: B.A. with honors from Amherst College in Massachusetts
Medical Degree: Harvard Medical School
Residency: Plastic surgery residency at University of California San Francisco; Fellowship in breast surgical oncology and reconstructive microsurgery at University of California San Francisco

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