Dr. Paul Syribeys earned his medical degree in 1998 from the Medical University of South Carolina and performed his residency at the Greenville Hospital System. In 2003, Dr. Paul Syribeys accepted a fellowship with the plastic and reconstructive surgery department at Emory Healthcare, Georgia’s largest healthcare group. While completing his residency and fellowship, Dr. Paul Syribeys served active duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom and worked as a Flight Surgeon for the Georgia Air National Guard’s 116th Medical Group, which is based out of Robins Air Force Base near Macon. Dr. Paul Syribeys has achieved the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and commanded the 158th Air and Ground Expeditionary Medical Squadron in Iraq and Afghanistan.A surgeon at the private Renaissance Plastic Surgery, P.C., Dr. Paul Syribeys is one of three physicians working out of the state-of-the-art facility in Macon, Georgia. The fully accredited ambulatory clinic draws patients from Georgia, Alabama, and North Florida. Offering services in skin cancer removal, burn reconstruction, skull and facial bone reconstruction, and traditional cosmetic procedures, Renaissance Plastic Surgery, P.C. also provides skin care treatments.A member of the American Medical Association, Dr. Paul Syribeys is certified in general surgery by the American Board of Surgery, Inc and certified in plastic surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. A Candidate Group Participant in the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Paul Syribeys is also a Member Candidate in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Paul Syribeys began his military career as a member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets while an undergraduate at The Citadel. Founded in 1842, The Citadel continues to provide a challenging academic environment and elite military training for the future leaders of America.

Work History

Work History
Jul 2006 - Present

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Renaissance Plastic Surgery


Jul 2003 - Jul 2006

Emory University School of Medicine

Doctor of Medicine

Medical University of South Carolina
Jul 1988 - May 1992


The Citadel