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At UNC Dermatology, we offer both routine and highly specialized services to you and your loved ones. We have four fellowship-trained pediatric dermatologists, two fellowship-trained Mohs surgeons and two fellowship-trained dermatopathologists on faculty. The UNC Department of Dermatology is committed to providing the highest quality of care to all patients at three clinical sites. In addition to these three clinical sites, UNC Dermatology has partnered with Piedmont Health Services (PHS) to provide specialty care to patients whose primary medical care home is through PHS.

UNC Dermatology is not accepting new adult general appointments at this time. If you are a new patient and you need a general dermatology appointment, you can find a list of UNC Health Alliance providers here.We anticipate returning to normal operations in summer 2022, and we thank you for your patience and look forward to serving you at that time.

UNC Dermatology is accepting the following appointment types:

  • Returning patient appointments
  • Telehealth appointments for adult acne, adult psoriasis, or adult eczema
  • Urgent adult patient referrals from the UNC Emergency Department
  • General pediatric dermatology appointments (referral required)
  • Mohs surgery
  • Pediatric cutaneous surgery
  • Rheumatologic dermatology
  • Vulvar dermatology
  • Subspecialty appointments for returning or referred patients for the following:
    • Autoimmune disorders
    • Complex medical dermatology (autoimmune blistering disorders, cutaneous vasculitis)
    • Contact dermatitis
    • Cutaneous lymphoma
    • Hair loss and hair disorders
    • Hidradenitis suppurativa and follicular disorders
    • High-risk non-melanoma skin cancers
    • Melanoma and pigmented lesions
    • Oral mucosal diseases

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