Dermatologists in Milwaukee, WI

Find a skin doctor near you in Milwaukee that fits your health needs.

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Neal D. Bhatia, MD

Dermatology

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Ralph Fiore II II, DO

Dermatology

4.8 (13)
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Heather M. Wells, MD

Dermatology

Accepting new patients
Thorsteinn Skulason, MD

Dermatology

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Erik E. Alexander, MD

Dermatology

Accepting new patients
Steven M. Schuckit, MD

Dermatology

Accepting new patients
Sun Young Ruggeri, MD

Dermatology

Accepting new patients
James E. Ethington, MD

Dermatology

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Hagger Ali, MD

Dermatology

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Lisa K. Muchard, MD

Dermatology

Accepting new patients
James H. Barnett, MD

Dermatology

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Edit B. Olasz, MD, PhD

Dermatology

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Healthcare at a Glance in Milwaukee, WI

U.S News ranks the top hospitals in the Milwaukee area as Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, Froedtert Hospital and the Medical College of Wisconsin, and Aurora Medical Center Grafton. One of the largest healthcare systems in the area is Aurora Health Care, serving eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois with 15 hospitals and more than 150 primary and specialty care clinics. Aurora Health St Luke’s Medical Center includes Aurora Spine Program, a 24/7 on-site heart care team, a bilingual spanish-speaking cancer clinic, orthopedic care, and more. Children’s Wisconsin is the main children’s hospital in Milwaukee, and ranked #1 in the state. Aurora Health includes one of the largest free clinics in Wisconsin, Aurora Walker Point Community Clinic, offering urgent, preventive, speciality, and mental health care for immigrants, refugees, underinsured, or uninsured. Veterans in Milwaukee have access to Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center, which includes 196 hospital beds, outpatient clinics, a 113-bed nursing home, and a mobile clinic. There are two medical schools in Wisconsin, one of which is in Milwaukee, Medical College of Wisconsin.

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