The Department of Dermatology at the University of North Carolina provides dermatological care at several clinical sites. The primary site for the care of UNC HCS patients is at the UNC Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center located in Chapel Hill, NC. As well, physicians provide care through an outreach program at Piedmont Health Services.
- UNC Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center at Southern Village
This clinical site is a state-of-the-art facility opened in July 2010 in the Southern Village community less than 10 minutes from the main medical campus. Physicians provide comprehensive dermatological care for all ages. The Department is pleased to offer general and specialty clinics to our patients.
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- UNC Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center at Hillsborough
As of July 2013, UNC Dermatology has expanded its services to the conveniently located Hillsborough Medical Office Building located at 460 Waterstone Drive, Hillsborough, NC 27278, near Exit 261 off I40/I85. Integrated and patient-centered care will be provided at this location, covering several services including dermatology, as part of UNC Healthcare providing community-based hospital services in convenient, accessible locations.
- UNC Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center at Rex
As of June 2013, UNC Dermatology has expanded to a space in Raleigh located at 3921 Sunset Ridge Road #202, near Rex Hospital. Clinics will be held at this location, offering multiple dermatology services. Click here for directions to this site.
- UNC Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center at Burlington
As of October 2015, UNC Dermatology has expanded its services to a location in Burlington, located at 1522 Vaughn Road. Multiple dermatology services will be provided here. Click here for directions to this site.
- Piedmont Health Services
UNC Dermatology has partnered with Piedmont Health Services to provide specialty care to patients whose primary medical care home is through PHS. Piedmont Health Services (PHS) has been providing health care services to North Carolinians since 1970. PHS places special emphasis on those segments of the population receiving inadequate health care and whose access is restricted.