As a veteran of both the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, integrity and compassion are his watchwords in both leadership and in his personalized approach to patient care. He is now the proud founder of New Image Plastic Surgery, providing personalized, patient-centered cosmetic services.

A family-centric man, Dr. Homas is a proud husband and father of three sons. He is best known for his caring bedside manner, surgical talent with remarkable attention to detail, unwavering integrity & compassion, and his patient-centered approach to plastic surgery. In his practice, Dr. Homas strives to create a comfortable and safe environment for his patients, where they can openly learn about and discuss procedures which will help them achieve their plastic surgery goals.


Board Certification

  • American Board of Surgery; certificate #39257; dated May 9, 1994
  • American Board of Plastic Surgery; certificate #5611; dated March 27, 1999; Re-certified December 1, 2009
  • American Board of Plastic Surgery; Subspecialty of Surgery of the Hand; certificate #495; dated August 28, 2000


  • Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Member, Association of Graduates – US Military Academy
  • Affiliate Member, American College of Healthcare Executives
  • Member, Association of the United States Army
  • Member, Alumni Association – U.S. Army War College
  • Member, the Order of Military Medical Merit; inducted 2005
  • Member, the Order of Saint Maurice (US Infantry Association); inducted 2015

 Education & Training


Undergraduate: United States Military Academy; West Point, New York; BS degree, Chemistry; graduated 1983
Master’s Degree: United States Army War College; Carlisle, Pennsylvania; MS degree. Masters of Strategic Studies; graduated 2008

Medical School

Professional: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Bethesda, Maryland; Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree: graduated 1987

Postdoctoral General Surgery Training

Internship: General Surgery; Fitzsimons Army Medical Center; Aurora, Colorado; July 1987 – June 1988

Residency Training

Residency: General Surgery; Fitzsimons Army Medical Center; Aurora, Colorado; July 1989 – June 1993
Residency: Plastic Surgery; Fitzsimons Army Medical Center; Aurora, Colorado; July 1993 – June 1995


Hand Surgery; Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Washington, D.C.; January 1996 – December 1996


Hawaii; MD #11221; issued September 29, 2000; active
Texas: MD #R1775; issued February 22, 2017; active

Additional Accomplishments

  • Practiced Medicine and Surgery in the U.S. Army until retirement in May 2017 after more than 30 years.
  • Combat veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan).
  • Combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq).
  • Successfully led many large and complex healthcare organizations in the U.S. Army.
  • Participant of several humanitarian aid surgical missions to Honduras, China, Palestine, and Cambodia.