As many before have replied, You need two different boarded surgeons to preform these 2 operations in one surgery event. But you must be sure of the realistic expectations of doing these combination cases. What are the reasons for doing these combination of 2 differing surgeries?
1. To get 2 issues solved at one operation. This seems reasonable, but there is a higher risk/complication rate when combining 2 operations. Higher incidence of pulmonary embolism, infection, necrosis of the skin and or fat, hematomae, blood transfusuion.
2. To try and save $ by the combination. Here in Miami, the hospital charges the patient as an insurance # (hysterectomy) + a 100% as a cosmetic #. So there is really no $ savings.
3. Longer recovery period of time when combining 2 operations.
4. The team approach of the Gyn + Plastic surgeons, who must work as a 'team', so there is no one captain of the ship. Many times there could be a conflict between the gyn, PS, & patient. So in other words both surgeons should be familiar with working together. I would NEVER team with a surgeon I did not feel comfortable with.
Hope this adds to your understanding.