About Us

Women and men visit us in Battle Creek and Kalamazoo, MI for a rewarding plastic surgery experience. At Great Lakes Plastic & Hand Surgery, we wish to provide each one of them with a warm and friendly atmosphere, a place where they are comfortable spending time. Our intent is to create an ambiance that makes you feel at home. We understand that the treatment that you receive while in our care matters a great deal to your overall satisfaction with your procedure. Our surgeons and staff are totally committed to ensuring you have a fantastic experience with us.

Our Doctors

Your plastic surgery decisions have the potential to enhance your appearance and your quality of life, so it is essential that you choose a surgeon you can trust to provide results that accurately reflect who you are and the goals you want to achieve. Renowned among plastic surgeons in Michigan communities including Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, and Battle Creek, Dr. Scott Holley and Dr. Raghu Elluru have both received training from nationally recognized surgeons. Our surgeons combine their outstanding technical skills with personal dedication to create a positive relationship with each patient.

Qualities to Look for in a Plastic Surgeon

  • A friendly, accessible demeanor and genuine commitment to clear and honest communication
  • Thorough understanding of the latest surgical advances and technologies
  • Certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
  • Active participation in the local and national plastic surgery communities
  • Extensive training that goes beyond the “basics” and includes advanced experience with technically superior approaches

Dr. Scott Holley

Dr. Holley believes that for a successful outcome, personal compassion and effective communication are every bit as important as surgical skill. Thoroughly trained in a full spectrum of techniques, Dr. Holley offers his considerable skill in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, helping his patients achieve their aesthetic goals and improve their quality of life. After earning his MD from the Indiana University School of Medicine, Dr. Holley spent over 8 years refining his surgical skills. He now serves as a Michigan State University clinical faculty member, and frequently helps educate physician and service groups on the latest advances in his field.
Learn more about Dr. Holley.

Dr. Raghu Elluru

Dr. Elluru understands that a balanced, harmonious result requires more than technical training in the basics of cosmetic surgery. He believes that achieving a satisfying result requires understanding and open, honest communication with patients. Through a full range of procedures, Dr. Elluru strives to create satisfying results that are not only technically accurate but also make sense for your body’s aesthetics. Dr. Elluru earned his MD from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School before training in surgery and plastic surgery residencies and fellowships for over eight years. He is a clinical professor at Michigan State University, an officer at the Kalamazoo Academy of Medicine, and a director of plastic surgery training at MSU’s Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies.
Learn more about Dr. Elluru.

Our plastic surgeons work hard to provide the highest levels of personalized care for every patient. From your consultation and procedure to your recovery and follow-up meetings, they take the time to ensure a high standard of safety and accuracy, but also to understand and meet your unique needs. To learn more about our surgeons’ qualifications and philosophy of care, request a consultation online or get in touch with Great Lakes Plastic & Hand Surgery by calling (269) 329-2900 (Kalamazoo/Portage) or (269) 979-0900 (Battle Creek).

Our Offices

We offer two convenient locations for people who want to enhance their appearance and their lives through cosmetic surgery in the Kalamazoo area.

Great Lakes Plastic & Hand Surgery aims to provide the highest-quality care for both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery patients near Grand Rapids, MI, and and other communities in the central and western part of the state.

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