Clinical Care Settings

Clinical Care Settings

  • UofL Physicians Outpatient Center – University of Louisville clinic, general dermatology, skin diseases in underserved populations
  • Louisville VAMC – general dermatology, continuity clinic, treatment of skin cancers
  • Pediatric Clinic at Children’s Foundation Building – skin diseases of children
  • Callen – patients with systemic diseases, learn diagnostic and treatment approaches for dermatologically and medically complicated patients
  • Schadt - medical and general dermatology, evaluation and management of both common and complex medical conditions in adults and children.
  • Kulp-Shorten – challenging patients with lists of multiple problems and psychosocial aspects of skin diseases.
  • Daniels/ Cassis – use of laser to treat skin disease and the selection of the patient for cosmetic procedure including laser therapy, liposuction, peels, neurotoxins, and injectable fillers.
  • Brown – exposure to Mohs micrographic surgery and use of surgical techniques for the removal of or treatment of skin cancers as well as repair of defects created, and the selection of the patient for cosmetic procedure including laser therapy, liposuction, peels, and injectable fillers.
  • Rotation with medical assistant/aestheticians delivering PDT, Excimer laser therapy, phototherapy, chemical peels, neurotoxin injections, injectable fillers, laser treatments, micro-needling treatments and treatment with cosmoceuticals.
  • Inpatient Consult – Diagnosis and management of skin disease requiring inpatient care or seen in those with other disease necessitating hospitalization. Takes place at University of Louisville Hospital, Norton Hospital, Norton Children’s Hospital and Jewish Hospital