1040 Park Avenue

Haideh Hirmand Office
Haideh Hirmand Office
Haideh Hirmand Office
Haideh Hirmand Office
Haideh Hirmand Office
Haideh Hirmand Office
Haideh Hirmand Office

 

Our offices are housed in the private landmark building, 1040 Park building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Working closely with distinguished architects and expert engineers for over three years, Dr. Hirmand has personally designed this state-of-the-art facility not only to reflect her aesthetic ideal, but also to enhance patient experience in all ways.

The physical space boasts the balanced richness of specialized American Sycamore millwork and glass walls, floor to ceiling opaque glass doors, and marble floors, rendering it timeless elegance. The interior décor is contemporary with a nod toward classism, accented with art and design pieces that endow the space with a uniqueness of identity that reflects the uniqueness of our patients. The custom-designed furnishings reflect the attention to detail and philosophy of personalized care that characterized every aspect of our practice.

The office’s welcoming “jewel-box” lay out and private entrances and exits create an experience that is at once intimate and discreet. Whether relaxing in front of the fireplace in the den or taking refuge in the privacy of our library conference room, the sense of serenity and privacy is ever present.

Boasting multiple treatment rooms and a fully accredited on-site operating and recovery suite, the facility is outfitted with the most up to date technologies to ensure the highest level of patient comfort and safety. All treatment rooms contain fully networked monitors and integrated A/V system, drop down photography screens, LED lighting and wireless internet connection.

The operating room and recovery suite are engineered to hospital-level standards and offer the most advanced technology in surgical and anesthesia equipment. Conscious of harmony with the rest of the space, the design incorporates seamless glass-chip terrazzo floors, shatterproof back-painted glass millwork cabinets, floor to ceiling aluminum and glass sliding doors, non-porous counters and transitional lighting, to enhance patient experience as well as create the optimal space for the increasing number of minimally invasive procedures.

In building the space, Dr. Hirmand has employed the same aesthetic vision, meticulousness, and commitment to safety that guides her work as an aesthetic surgeon.