Practicing Community Service in Aid to Others

Since he began his private practice in 1993, Dr. Morrow has used his skills in reconstructive plastic surgery in the Face-to-Face Program: The National Domestic Violence Project. Through the program, Dr. Morrow provides free care to victims of domestic abuse. More recently, he has joined the Faces of Honor program, an initiative through the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery that provides pro bono medical and surgical services to veterans and active duty members of the military who have sustained facial injuries while deployed in support of the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan. Through his work in the emergency rooms and burn units at St. Barnabas Medical Center and St. Michael's and Newark Beth Israel Medical Centers, Dr. Morrow also provides pro bono services to uninsured patients in need.

"I want to thank you again for all you've done for me. As a domestic violence survivor, it has meant so much to me to find out there are programs like Face to Face and doctors like you that care about people like me."
- E.B., 43, Passaic County