Robert F. Brewer

Dr. Robert Brewer currently serves as wound care specialist and Part-Plastic Surgeon at the Hampton VA Medical Center after a long carrier as a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon both in military and civilian practice. Following retirement as a Navy Captain he was in private practice for 12 years in Plastic Surgery, followed by 8 years […]

Dr. Robert Brewer currently serves as wound care specialist and Part-Plastic Surgeon at the Hampton VA Medical Center after a long carrier as a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon both in military and civilian practice. Following retirement as a Navy Captain he was in private practice for 12 years in Plastic Surgery, followed by 8 years as the medical director of the hyperbaric and wound care center at DePaul Bon Secours medical center.
During his long medical career he served as Specialty Adviser to the Navy Surgeon General as well as Chief of Plastic Surgery and program director for the Navy’s Plastic Surgery residency associated with EVMS. He has extensive experience in performing consultation, evaluation, supervision, and training medical personal in the art and practice of Plastic Surgery with special interest in wound healing.
Dr. Brewer is a 35 year resident Western Branch where he has demonstrated strong leadership in local civic and humanitarian areas. His community interests include serving as President of the Churchland Rotary Club and active board member of Montero Medical Mission. He has been a leader and advocate for Boy Scouts of America. His humanitarian interest also include past board membership in Portsmouth Volunteers for the Homeless and Oasis Social Ministry both he still supports using Rotary’s National motto of “Service above Self”.