The Dermatology Division at the University of Washington is proud to support patient care in the following locations:

UWMC Roosevelt

UWMC-Roosevelt

Provides an inpatient consultative service and an outpatient dermatology clinic with a full range of dermatology services from general care to specialized skin cancer surgery, laser surgery, phototherapy, and interpretation of skin biopsies.

Dermatology Surgery Center

Dermatology Surgery Center

Our full-time dermatologic surgeon offers evaluation and treatment, including surgery for benign and malignant skin growths in the Dermatologic Surgery Center. MOHS micrographic surgery, an advanced technique, may be used for some skin cancers. We also offer hair transplantation, tattoo removal, tumescent liposuction, leg vein treatments, and laser surgery to treat scars, port wine stains, broken blood vessels, facial lines, and other skin lesions.

Harborview

Harborview Dermatology Clinic

Provides evaluation, management, and education of patients with diseases of the skin, such as acne, dermatitis, keratoses, melanoma, psoriasis, pruritus, squamous and basal cell carcinoma, warts, and wounds.

 

VA Puget Sound

VA Puget Sound Health Care System

The VA Puget Sound Health Care System and all the dermatology staff provide excellence in patient care to local veterans.

Physicians in the Dermatology Section at the VA-Puget Sound are also faculty at the University of Washington.

 

Seattle Children's Hospital

Seattle Children's Dermatology Clinic

Cares for children and teens who have many different kinds of skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, warts and port wine stains. 

 

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

SCCA - Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

At Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, our expert dermato-oncologists treat patients with Merkel Cell Carcinoma, cutaneous lymphomas, high risk melanoma, and other rare cutaneous cancers in a multidisciplinary team with dermatology, medical oncology/hematology, surgical oncology, and radiation oncology. We also assist in caring for patients with skin complications from cancer therapy both in the inpatient and outpatient settings.