Dermatologist Job Description
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A Dermatologist delivers patient care through general dermatology practice and treats varieties of skin conditions that may range from benign to malignant and acute to chronic dermatological conditions. Collaborates with other medical professionals to provide comprehensive healthcare.
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We are seeking a Dermatologist to help provide full-time services to our patients. Perform a full range of physician services.
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We are currently seeking Dermatologist with knowledge in all areas of general dermatology to join a busy and expanding practice. We're looking for a Board-Certified Dermatologist who can treat patients with a variety of skin conditions, ranging from acute to chronic and benign to malignant. The ideal candidate has experience using diagnostic techniques to identify diseases and implement appropriate treatments. You are a leader who can collaborate well with other staff to improve patient outcomes. You also emphasize educating patients on preventive care techniques and can communicate important health information effectively and compassionately. Experience working with various ages, ethnicities, and cultures is preferred.
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The Dermatologist will be responsible for consultative services and developing treatment plans for the patients. The incumbent will provide evaluations and treatment recommendations regarding patients with dermatology conditions. The incumbent should have strong interpersonal skills to establish professional working relationships with other clinicians and staff throughout the facility.
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The Department of Dermatology is seeking a Dermatologist. The successful candidate must be board certified, be eligible for medical licensure in the State, and be eligible to work in the United States.
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We are seeking to hire an experienced Dermatologist.
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The Dermatologist specializing in the field of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of skin problems. Directs, plans, and supervises the care provided to the patient base within the practice seen by the physician to include the use of the latest technologies, research, and clinical understanding to provide superior care to the physician’s patient population. Depending on the job profile and interest of the physician the Dermatologist also would treat the texture of the skin to remove signs of aging and scars on the skin making use of cosmetic chemicals to improve skin conditions through the use of toxins, lasers, and the latest pharmaceuticals, products, and equipment. Focused on the growth of patient volume for practice with a commitment to quality and the highest standard of care to patients.
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We are seeking a board-certified/board-eligible Dermatologist to join our practice.
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We are seeking a Dermatologist.
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We are seeking a Dermatologist to join an established, reputable, and rapidly growing outpatient practice.
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Frequently asked questions
What is the role of a dermatologist?
A dermatologist is a medical doctor who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of conditions related to the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. The role of a dermatologist is varied and can include several key responsibilities:
Patient Consultations: Dermatologists meet with patients who have concerns about their skin, hair, or nails. This can involve taking a patient's medical history, conducting a physical examination, and ordering diagnostic tests.
Diagnosis: Dermatologists diagnose a wide range of conditions, from common issues like acne or eczema to more serious diseases like skin cancer. They may use tools like dermoscopy to examine the skin, or they may perform skin biopsies to diagnose certain conditions.
Treatment: Dermatologists provide treatment for a variety of skin conditions. This could involve prescribing topical or oral medications, performing procedures such as laser therapy or cryotherapy, or conducting surgeries, including removing skin cancers.
Preventive Care: Dermatologists also play a role in preventing skin conditions. They often educate patients about how to protect their skin from sun damage, for example, or provide advice on managing chronic skin conditions.
Cosmetic Dermatology: Some dermatologists specialize in cosmetic procedures that aim to improve the appearance of the skin, hair, and nails. This could include treatments like Botox injections, chemical peels, laser hair removal, or procedures to reduce the appearance of scars or wrinkles.
Research and Education: Many dermatologists are also involved in research or education. They might conduct clinical trials to test new treatments, for instance, or teach medical students and residents.
Patient Referrals: In some cases, a dermatologist may refer a patient to another specialist if a skin condition is related to another health issue, such as an autoimmune disease.
A career in dermatology can be highly varied, with opportunities to specialize in areas like pediatric dermatology, dermatopathology (the study of skin diseases at a microscopic level), or surgical dermatology. Regardless of their specialty, however, all dermatologists play a crucial role in helping patients maintain the health and wellbeing of their skin.
Who does a dermatologist work with?
Dermatologists often work as part of a broader healthcare team to provide comprehensive care to patients. This can include working with:
Nurses and Medical Assistants: Dermatologists often work closely with nurses and medical assistants who assist in tasks like preparing patients for examination, administering treatments, providing patient education, and managing patient records.
Other Physicians: Depending on the patient's condition, a dermatologist may need to collaborate with other physicians. For example, a dermatologist may work with a rheumatologist for patients with lupus, an allergist for patients with severe eczema, or an oncologist for patients with skin cancer.
Surgeons: Dermatologists often work with surgeons, especially when dealing with skin cancers that require extensive surgical intervention. Some dermatologists, known as Mohs surgeons, specialize in a specific type of skin cancer surgery.
Dermatopathologists: These are pathologists who specialize in diagnosing skin diseases at a microscopic level. If a dermatologist takes a biopsy, it may be a dermatopathologist who examines the tissue and provides a diagnosis.
Pharmacists: Dermatologists often interact with pharmacists when prescribing medication for their patients. Pharmacists can provide valuable input on drug interactions, side effects, and dosage.
Administrative Staff: Dermatologists also work with the administrative staff in their practice, who handle tasks like scheduling appointments, managing patient records, and billing.
Research and Academic Colleagues: Dermatologists involved in research or teaching may collaborate with other scientists, research assistants, and educators.
Patients and their Families: Of course, a critical relationship for dermatologists is with their patients, and often, their families as well. Effective communication and a good relationship can greatly enhance care and patient satisfaction.
By working as part of a team, dermatologists can provide comprehensive, high-quality care to their patients.