Core Residency Sites/Rotations

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

We are a referral center for the entire DC area for difficult and unusual conditions and act as a tertiary referral center, accepting referrals from other dermatologists for the diagnosis and care of their patients and for facilitating patient presentation at academic conferences. We provide inpatient consultation services for Georgetown University Hospital on a 24/7 basis. The corresponding outpatient clinic is located in Chevy Chase.

Georgetown University – Chevy Chase Clinic

Our ourpatient dermatology practice is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of a broad spectrum of skin disorders, as well as to advancing the field of dermatology through participation in training future physicians. As a teaching institution, we provide outpatient services in a manner similar to a large private practice but with the participation of residents and medical students. Most of our patients either self refer or are sent in by their internists or other physicians directly to our practice. We offer a wide variety of medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatologic services, as outlined on our website.

Washington Hospital Center

Melanoma Center

Our specialists focus on treatment and diagnosis of melanoma. We also use advanced technologies for screening and detection. The area’s top-ranked cutaneous oncology specialists also provide clinical expertise in cutaneous lymphoma (also known as CTCL or mycosis fungoides) and rare types of skin cancers, including Merkel cell carcinoma, cancer of sweat glands and others.

Children’s National Medical Center

This is the premier children’s hospital in the Mid-Atlantic region that acts as a tertiary referral center for nearly every pediatric subspecialty, including pediatric dermatology. In association, there are multiple satellite clinics that offer outpatient experience in the surrounding area. In addition to general dermatologic cases, rare diseases such as inherited genodermatologic conditions are seen.

National Institutes of Health

This quarternary care center on the National Institutes of Health campus based in Bethesda, MD. The dermatology branch participates in a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating genodermatoses and complex medical cases as well as operating exclusively under clinical trial and natural history protocol.