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University Physicians-Dermatology Clinic


University Physicians-Dermatology Clinic

To schedule an appointment: (573) 882-4800

Location:  University Physicians Medical Building
                   1020 Hitt Street, Second Floor
                   Columbia, MO  65212

Directions: Click for map and directions

Clinic hours:  8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday

Evening, Night, Weekend and Holiday:  Call University Hospital at (573) 882-4141, ask for the Dermatology Resident on call.

Pharmacy: University Physicians Medical Building             .

Laboratory hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,  Monday-Friday, University Physicians Medical Building, 1st Floor

About the clinic:   University Dermatology clinics are held daily in the University Physicians' Medical Building located adjacent to University Hospital. We serve patients of all ages and provide them with the highest quality of medical and surgical treatment for diseases of skin, hair and nails. We treat a wide variety of pediatric and adult dermatologic diseases.  We also offer medical and cosmetic services utilizing botulinum toxin (Botox), phototherapy (light treatments), laser treatments, sclerotherapy (spider vein injections) and chemical peels as indicated. For an appointment in the dermatology clinic,  please call: (573) 882-4800.

Medical Services:   Provided by  Dr. Karen Edison,   Dr. Jon Dyer,   Dr. Dana WardDr. Susan ZurowskiDr. Nicholas Golda, Dr. Kristen Fernandez and Dr. Kari Martin
Debbie West, NP for Acne and Warts

                  General Dermatology Diseases:     Cancers:
Acne Vulgaris: Common Acne Morphea: Skin Hard/Thickening AFX (Atypical Fibroxanthoma)
Actinic Keratosis: Precancer Neurofibromatosis    Basal Cell Carcinoma
Alopecia:  Hair Loss   Onychomycosis: Nail Thickening Bowens' Disease (Squamous cell)
Allergic/Irritant Dermatitis: Rash Pemphigus Vulgaris   DFSP (Dermatofibroma Protuberans)
Atopic Dermatitis: Rash   Pityriasis Rosea   Lentigo Maligna
Bullous Pemphigoid: Autoimmune Port Wine Stain: Birthmark Melanoma
Dermatitis:  Skin Inflammation Psoriasis Vulgaris   Merkel Cell Carcinoma
Dermatofibroma: Benign Nodule Pyogenic Granuloma   Microcystic Adnexal Carcinoma
Eczema:  Skin Inflammation Rash-drug related   Paget's Disease:  Mammary
Epidermoid Cyst   Rosacea: Red Face/skin disease                                  Extramammary
Erythema Multiforme: Reactive Rash Scabies Parasitic Rash/itch Sebaceous Carcinoma (Oil  glands)
Erythema Nordosum: Reactive Rash Scleroderma: Skin Hardening Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Granuloma Annulare: Circular rash Seborrheic Dermatitis    
Hemangiomas:Vascular Birthmark Seborrheic Keratosis    
Herpes Simplex:    Skin Tags: Small Skin Growths  
Herpes Zoster: Shingles   Skin Infections    
Hidradenitis: Infected sweat glands Skin Ulcers      We provide care for most dermatologic
Impetigo:  Skin Infection   Sweet's Syndrome    diseases.  Please call if you need help with
Lichen Planus: Skin Inflammation Tinea: Fungal infection    something not listed.
Lichen Simplex Chronicus Urticaria:  Hives    
Lipoma:  Benign Fatty Tumor Vasculitis: Inflamed Veins  
Lupus Erythematosus: Autoimmune  Vitiligo    : Skin Pigment Loss  
Molluscum Contagiosum   Verruca Vulgaris:  Warts    

Dermatology Clinics Medical Director:   Nicholas Golda, MD              

Dermatology Department Chair:    Karen Edison, MD                                                                   

More information:   Dermatology Services

Clinic Manager:  Pamela Matheny, MBA/HCM,  MPM, CMPE, CPC

Administrative phone: (573) 882-8578

Administrative fax: (573) 884-5947

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