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Dermatology Experts

About Our Physicians and Physician Assistants

 
Our expert medical team is made up of physicians and physician assistants with special interests in dermatology. Our board-certified physicians actively conduct research in dermatologic conditions, and have been published in various clinical journals. Our physicians also train the next generation of dermatology experts through the Department of Dermatology’s residency and fellowship programs.
 
Physician assistants (PAs) are highly trained health care professionals who are qualified to diagnose and treat illnesses. PAs are important and effective members of our health care team at UPMC. Our physician assistants are nationally certified and licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and they work in collaboration with or under the supervision of physicians.
 

Oakland 

Physicians

Physician Assistants

Harmar

Physicians

Physician Assistants

Shadyside

Physicians

Physician Assistants

Wexford

Physicians

Physician Assistants

Contact Us

UPMC Dermatology — Oakland
Falk Medical Building,
Suite 5A
3601 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

UPMC St. Margaret Dermatology
2585 Freeport Road, Suite 204
Pittsburgh, PA 15238

UPMC Dermatology –-Shadyside
Shadyside Place, Suite 201
580 South Aiken Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

UPMC Dermatology –-Wexford
Cosmetic Surgery and Skin Health Center
Blaymore II, Suite 103
1603 Carmody Court
Sewickley, PA 15143

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Schedule an appointment at 412-647-4200 or request an appointment online.

 

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