Facts of Evan Garfein
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Evan S. Garfein, better known as Dr. Evan Garfein is a New York-based Plastic & Reconstructive surgeon. He is also known as the son-in-law of late CBS News reporter Bob Simon.
Evan S. Garfein - Married To Tanya Simon With Two Kids
Dr. Evan S. Garfein is in blissful wedlock with his college sweetheart turned wife of more than ten years, Tanya Simon. Dr. Garfein is indeed married to the producer and executive editor of CBS news' 60 Minutes.
Evan and his wife, who is also the daughter of the late news reporter of CBS aka Bob Simon also share two children. Garfein is blessed with two children, both being sons. And, Garfein named his elder son Zac Garfein.
Whereas for his younger son, his name not known yet as Garfein and his wife keep their personal life super secretive from the media. In addition to his younger son, Garfein's father-in-law died from an accident in 2015 while his wife was pregnant with their youngest child.
However, Garfein and his family live in New York where both the doctor and his wife work.
Career & Net Worth Of Evan S. Garfein
With his specialization in head, neck, and breast as a surgeon, Dr. Evan S. Garfein is affiliated at NYU Medical Center and works for Montefiore Medical Center. And, reconstructive surgeons can reportedly make no less than $338,513 yearly.
With Dr. Garfein's decades of expertise in the medical field, he can be expected to hold a net worth of more than $2 million. As for his wife, editor and news reporter Tanya Simon bags a net worth of over $1 million.
Quick Facts Of Evan S. Garfein
- Founder of In It Together Foundation which helps disadvantaged patients after surgery.
- Garfein worked 12-hour shifts during the Covid-19 pandemic for testing.
- Attended Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons where he earned his medical degree.
- Evan studied political philosophy at Prince University.
- Dr. Garfein is also enthusiastic about aesthetic surgery.
- Trained at the Boston Brigham and Women's Hospital for his surgery.
- Son in law of Françoise Simon.
- Admired and was inspired by his coach Bill Tierney at Princeton University.
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