To become a dermatologist, a physician must complete an additional four years of training in dermatology after receiving their M.D.. Further specializations such as dermatopathology and Mohs surgery require at least a year of further training each. Our diverse group of board-certified dermatologists and physician assistants works together to provide quality dermatology care. They offer decades of experience and state-of-the-art training.
After obtaining a bachelor’s degree and completing an accredited program, physician assistants (PA’s) must pass the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination. Upon passing, they are certified for two years, entitling them to the use of the PA-C designation. Our physician assistants are given ongoing dermatology training by their on-site supervising dermatologist. The close partnership between our dermatologists and PA’s ensures that patients receive the best possible care.