Toby Meltzer, M.D.
Atlanta Comfort Conference is honored to welcome Dr. Toby Meltzer, a board-certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon who has specialized in Gender Affirmation Surgery for over 30 years.
Dr. Meltzer's primary practice is located in Scottsdale, Arizona where he operates out of Greenbaum Specialty Hospital, a part of Honor Health Greenbaum. Dr.
Meltzer graduated from LSU Medical School in 1983 and is board certified in both General and Plastic Surgery. He did his General Surgery residency at the former Charity Hospital of Louisiana; his Plastic Surgery residency at University of Michigan; and a burn fellowship at Detroit Receiving Hospital through the Department of Plastic Surgery at Wayne State. He is an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He was the Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery at the VAMC; Assistant Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Assistant Clinical Professor at Oregon Health Sciences University
(OHSU) from 1990-1997.
Dr. Meltzer was was President of the Oregon Society of Plastic Surgeons from 1995-1997. He is a reviewer for the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the Journal of Sexual Medicine and the Aesthetic Surgery Journal. Surgeries performed by Dr. Meltzer include Vaginoplasty, Labiaplasty, Phalloplasty, Metoidioplasty, FFS, Chest Surgery and body contouring. In addition to performing a high volume of cases, Dr. Meltzer travels across the country to speak to and train other medical professionals in the field.
Dr. Meltzer will present two workshops: Male to Female Surgical Options: Genital, Facial Feminization, Breast Augmentation, Revisions/Repairs and Body Contouring and Female to Male Surgical Options: Genital, Chest, Revisions/Repairs and Body Contouring.
Guest Speaker, Saturday Luncheon Event
As a graduate of the US Naval Academy, Cassandra served in the US Navy and the USMC. She has four children and eight grandchildren and lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She works closely with the Tuscaloosa Veteran's Administration on their LGBTQ+ committee as a veteran representative for their suicide prevention and advisory committee. In addition, she formerly served on the Veteran's Advisory Board of the Birmingham, AL VAMC. She speaks frequently about trans and LGBTQ+ veteran issues to groups large and small as she travels the nation visiting our veterans and providers. She regularly gives lectures to interns at VAs around the country on Transgender Affirming care using narrative exposure therapy (a way to think about trans veteran counseling developed first by Dr. Tiffany Lange, formerly of Hampton Roads VAMC).
She is the Executive Director of the Transgender American Veterans Association (TAVA). Prior to her current role, she was TAVA's Director of VA Engagement & Research. This past summer, she traveled the US visiting veterans, providers, and allies in all the lower 48 states! She was on the road from late February 2022 to mid-September 2022.
Cassandra is an authentic community leader that loves life and Atlanta Comfort Conference couldn't be more proud to have her as a Speaker and honored guest!