In an increased effort to flatten the curve and keep both our patients and health care workers safe, our offices are now offering online dermatology options, also known as telehealth or teledermatology, which will allow patients to be seen without putting anyone at risk. In many cases, you can begin seeing a Dermatologist in less than 24 hours – that way, you can get a diagnosis and treatment plan quickly and easily. If you need a prescription, your dermatologist can send it to your local pharmacy electronically.
U.S. Dermatology Partners Georgetown, formerly Georgetown Dermatology & Skin Cancer Center, has been serving the dermatology needs of Georgetown and the Central Texas community since 2003.
Founded by Dr. Kevin Miller, our Georgetown dermatology group includes Board-Certified Dermatologists, Dr. Monica Madray, Dr. Elizabeth Morris, Dr. Weilan Johnson, Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon, Dr. Nicholas Snavely, Certified Physician Assistant, David Ettinger, PA-C, and Licensed Aesthetician Corey Stoever, LA.
Our state of the art dermatology office was expanded in 2011 to meet the growing demand for our patients. U.S. Dermatology Partners Georgetown offers a full suite of clinical and surgical services, including Mohs surgery for the treatment of skin cancer. We treat conditions like acne, psoriasis and eczema to relieve or improve symptoms that limit your comfort, health and enjoyment. We provide specialized, highly effective treatments for a variety of skin cancers to restore and extend the quality of your life.
The providers, who are parents of young children, feel comfortable treating patients of all ages, from the very young to the retirees of the Sun City community. We deliver a lifetime of skin care from childhood to middle age to the golden years. Whether you suffer from pain, irritation or embarrassment from a persistent skin condition or if you’ve noticed a suspicious new spot or mole, we can help. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
Did you know that we offer Mohs Surgery at our location?
Mohs surgery has the highest cure rates for all non-melanoma skin cancers. For certain cases of the most common types of skin cancer — squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma — the cure rate can be as high as 99 percent.