dr-gerard-stanleyContemporary Cosmetic Surgery, Gerard J. Stanley, Jr., MD of Omaha Nebraska, is at the forefront of the most exciting advances in the field of cosmetic surgery and aesthetic medicine. Dr. Stanley believes that helping patients look and feel their best requires a keen understanding of the latest technology and techniques coupled with an artistic application. He has always been noted for his commitment to patients and for providing a level of care and service that is unparalleled. Compassion, honesty, and integrity are qualities that Dr. Stanley lives by. He believes that every patient deserves access to the most cutting-edge and minimally invasive procedures possible in order to achieve a true sense of harmony.

A magna cum laude graduate of Creighton University, Dr. Stanley was also bestowed with the Spirit of Creighton Award at his medical school graduation; the highest honor bestowed upon any graduating student by the University. He attended his residency in rural family medicine and surgery at the renowned North Colorado Medical Center where he served as the Chief Resident in his final year. After completing his initial training, Dr. Stanley served in the National Health Service Corp for 4 years doing charitable work in low-income and critically underserved areas of the Midwest. Following his service, he spent an additional year training on minimally invasive and contemporary cosmetic surgical procedures. In addition to being certified in cosmetic surgery, Dr. Stanley also became certified in bariatric or obesity/weight loss medicine.

In his free time, Dr. Stanley enjoys spending time with his 2 young sons. He serves on various boards in the community, including Heartland Family Services and the College World Series Ticket Committee. Dr. Stanley also recently graduated from Greater Omaha Chamber’s “Leadership Omaha.” Dr. Stanley says that his passion in life is, “his sons, his patients, and his community.”


  • General Family Medicine

Education & Medical Training

North Colorado Medical Center
Residency, Family Practice, 2004–2007

Creighton University School of Medicine
Class of 2004