Our dermatology physicians and surgeons provide outstanding dermatological care. At each visit, you'll benefit from multiple levels of evaluation because you are seen by both faculty and resident physicians. The combination of research, education and experience makes a high level of care possible.
Diseases of the skin affect everyone from newborns to adults. A dermatologist is a doctor who is specifically trained to diagnose and treat skin disorders. This includes conditions that may affect the skin, hair and nails. Dermatology physicians and surgeons at The University of Kansas Health System diagnose and treat common, rare and complex conditions of the skin, including skin cancer.
Conditions we treat
- Acne mechanica (maskne)
- Cosmetic concerns
- Dermatitis (eczema)
- Fungal infections
- Moles and pigmented lesions
- Skin cancer
- And more
Why choose us for dermatology services
The University of Kansas Health System is 1 of only 50 nationally recognized lymphoma treatment facilities by the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. We are the only nationally recognized facility in Kansas.
We offer a complete range of advanced tests and treatments, including topical and ultraviolet therapies, total skin electron beam radiation therapy, extracorporeal photopheresis and systemic treatments like bone marrow transplant.
We have the only melanoma program in Kansas that includes in-house dermatopathology, surgery, sentinel lymph node biopsy, and a complete range of adjuvant and systemic treatments offered in an NCI-designated cancer treatment center.
We offer a complete range of advanced tests and treatments, including topical and ultraviolet therapies, total skin electron beam radiation therapy, extracorporeal photopheresis and systemic treatments like bone marrow transplant. Consultations are offered at the Medical Pavilion, KU MedWest, Quivira Medical Pavilion and through teleheatlh.
For those who need dermatology care related to a transplant, The University of Kansas Health System offers a complete range of treatments – including extracorporeal photopheresis for graft-versus-host disease, as well as treatments for transplant-associated squamous cell carcinoma.
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Doctors at The University of Kansas Health System are care providers and researchers at the forefront of new medical discoveries. From primary care to complex conditions, we offer hundreds of specialists.