Dr. Jonathan Weiler

Dr. Jonathan Weiler

Treatments that can help reverse the effects of aging on your appearance and your body and providing a more youthful zest, are a personal passion of Dr. Weiler. He established Rejuvime Medical and serves as its medical director to provide women and men with access to anti-aging procedures such as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy in the Baton Rouge area. A New Orleans native, Dr. Weiler is a board-certified plastic surgeon who believes feeling as good as you look is an important part of a person’s overall quality of life.

Education & Training

After earning a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University, Dr. Weiler enrolled at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, where he obtained a Master of Science degree in public health. He then returned to LSU and received his medical degree from the university’s School of Medicine.

Dr. Weiler completed a general surgery residency at Ochsner Clinic (Ochsner Medical Center) and then was accepted into a plastic surgery fellowship at LSU.


Dr. Weiler is certified by both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Gratis) at the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans teaching plastic surgery students.

He keeps abreast of the latest surgical techniques while maintaining ties to his alma mater. Dr. Weiler has had a successful private practice, Weiler Plastic Surgery, for over seven years.

Dr. Weiler lives in Baton Rouge with his wife Elizabeth and their two children, Barrett and Emry.

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