Find and Book Dermatologists in Washington, DC

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Dr. Sandra I. Read, MD

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Dr. Agnes J. Chang, MD

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Dr. Ivy A. Lee, MD

Dermatology

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Paula E. Bourelly

Dermatology

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Dr. Maren Shaw, MD

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Dr. Rebat Halder, MD

Dermatology

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Dr. Suraj S. Venna, MD

Dermatology

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Dr. Thomas P. Nigra, MD

Dermatology

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Maral Skelsey

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Sabrina S. Newman

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Lauren Craig

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Healthcare at a Glance in Washington, DC

The District of Columbia healthcare resources serve more than just the capital, but also the surrounding cities of Northern Virginia. Neighboring city Arlington has ranked the #1 fittest city in American by the American Fitness Index. U.S. News ranks Inova Fairfax Hospital, a 923-bed medical center, #1 in the Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia area. The Fairfax campus includes a heart and vascular institute, Inova Schar Cancer Institute, Inova Neurosciences Institute, Inova Children’s Hospital, Inova Women’s hospital, and the only Level 1 trauma center in northern Virginia. U.S. News ranks MedStar Washington Hospital as the #2 best hospital in the area, located in Washington, D.C. Other hospitals and healthcare systems include George Washington University Hospital, Sibley Memorial Hospital, and Howard University Hospital. In addition to Inova Children’s Hospital there is Children’s National Hospital, which is ranked in the top ten children’s hospitals in the nation and #1 for newborn care by U.S. News. Veterans in the nation’s capital have access to the Washington DC VA Medical Center. The city is proud to offer community health clinics including Whitman-Walker Health and Marie Reed Health Center. Washington, D.C., is home to three medical schools and academic hospitals: George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Howard University College of Medicine, and Georgetown University School of Medicine.

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Medically reviewed by Sara Perkins, MD – Written by Megan Lentz