Since its inception in 1874 as the nation's
first department of dermatology, Penn
been a national leader in clinical dermatology,
dermatopathology and basic science research.
Backed by years of experience, and its resulting
expertise, Penn Dermatology has consistently
been funded as a leader in its field by the National
Institutes of Health.
In addition, Penn dermatologists have
been ranked among the top physicians in the region.
In a recently published study conducted by a
consortium of dermatology programs, Penn's Department
of Dermatology was ranked number one among all
dermatology departments in the United States.
Penn Dermatology at the Perelman
Center for Advanced Medicine will offer
services in dermatologic surgery, general dermatology,
and a wide range of subspecialty areas, not offered
at any other single location in the region.
Sub-specialty services for:
- Mohs Surgery for Skin Cancer
- Pigmented Lesions
- Occupational & Contact Dermatitis and
- Cosmetic and Laser Therapy
- Genetic Skin Disease
- Cutaneous Lymphoma
- Tropical and Infectious Diseases
- Medical Dermatology and Autoimmune Skin Diseases
- Blistering Diseases
For patients seeking specialized surgical services,
subspecialty consultation, or the most advanced
medicine for difficult to treat skin diseases,
Penn Dermatology at the Perelman Center offers
a state of the art environment for the evaluation
and treatment of patients in need of complex
and general dermatologic care.