Dr. Jack Zamora was born and raised in New York and Bogota, Colombia to Luis and Nelly. He has three brothers. After high school Dr. Zamora received a bachelor’s degree (double major) in biology and science and psychology from St. Lawrence University in New York in 1994. He later attended and graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans receiving a doctorate degree in medicine in 1998. He completed an internship at Boston Medical Center (Internal Medicine) and completed his residency at Boston University, (ophthalmology department). Dr. Zamora also completed a fellowship at Boston University (ophthalmology and oculoplastics). Dr. Zamora is part of an impressive daily professional routine, which includes a combination of the following:
Since 2004 — cataract and oculoplastic surgeon at Cosmetic Surgery Consultants in Denver and Colorado Springs; Since 2005 — Cataract and oculoplastic surgeon at Health One Hospitals; Since 2007 — Surgery director at Briargate Surgery Center in Colorado Springs; Co-medical director at Briargate Skin Care Center in Colorado Springs; Most recent — Cataract surgeon at Harvard Park Surgery Center.
Dr. Zamora also practiced comprehensive ophthalmology at Boston University from August 2002-September 2004, was an associate professor (ophthalmology) at Boston University School of Medicine and maintained a practice at Boston University Eye Associates. He received the prestigious Surgical Professor of the Year Award in 2002 from Boston University. He volunteers at Denver Montclair International School as a room parent. Dr. Zamora is married to Dr. Pamela Peterson. The couple has two children, Madison Winter, 3, and Jack, age 1. During his free time Dr. Zamora golfs, snowboards and changes diapers.
About Cosmetic Surgery Consultants
Founded in 2004, CSC is based in Cherry Creek, employs a staff of five and its mission is to provide safe, effective and perfect results for your cosmetic needs. The group specializes in oculofacial plastics, body sculpting and aesthetic treatments.
High School Experience
“High school was fun. I had a great group of friends and I did very well in school academically. Knowing two languages helped significantly. I also played football and lacrosse. It taught me the lessons of hard work, team work and cooperation.”
Message to Youth
(Freshmen) “Hang in there. Life is meant to be good and it will be, but do it responsibly. Listen more to your parents and less to your friends. (Seniors) These few last years have passed in a blink and so will the next 10-20 years. Make the best and most of it.”
“I’d like to thank my parents for the opportunities they gave to me and my brothers through all their hard work and love for us. May they realize by the love we in turn share with our children through their example.”