Patient Care

When you choose a Washington University dermatologist, you have selected the best in the specialty.

 

Our dermatologists take your skin health seriously -- every physician, nurse, office staff, and manager possesses this value.  The Division of Dermatology has both private and public clinics throughout the St. Louis area. In total, approximately 50,000 patients are seen annually.   See our "About Us" section for our history and our goal to be the national resource for dermatologic care and training of future physicians.


West County.  Houses General and Pediatric Dermatology practices, and the Center for Dermatologic and Cosmetic Surgery.  These are among the finest and most up-to-date facilities in the country.

 

Medical Campus Our General Dermatology and multi-disclipinary melanoma clinics are located in the Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM), while our Pediatric Dermatology clinics are located in St. Louis Children's Hospital (SLCH).  The CAM also houses the outpatient facilities of the hospital together with the National Cancer Institute, Siteman Cancer Center.

 

St. Peters.  Our most western location, on the campus of Barnes St. Peters Hospital, provides General Dermatologic care that includes phototherapy.

 

Ballas Location.   Our dermatology site on North New Ballas Road provides easier, convenient access for our patients living in the west county area and surrounding communities. 

 

South County.  Our dermatology site at the Center for Advanced Medicine - South County, 5201 Midamerica Plaza, provides easier, convenient access for our patients living in the south county area and surrounding communities.

 

Other.  Other outpatient clinics are also located at the BJH Center for Outpatient Health (COH) and at the John Cochran VA Hospital.