UTMB celebrates the opening of its newest dermatology clinic at Bay Colony with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The dermatology department at UTMB has opened the new Bay Colony clinic offering both cosmetic and general dermatology services.
The clinic is staffed by six faculty physicians, all of whom are board certified by the American Board of Dermatology. They offer expertise in all aspects of skin care, including the prevention and treatment of a variety of skin conditions, such as acne, warts, skin cancer, moles, eczema, birthmarks and psoriasis.
“Our physicians are well-trained to attend to a variety of skin disorders, ranging from every-day problems to extremely rare conditions,” said Dr. Sharon Raimer, chairwoman of the UTMB Department of Dermatology. “I’m so pleased that we have been able to make our services as accessible as possible for the residents in and around Galveston County.”
In addition to light treatments for skin conditions such as psoriasis and vitiligo, the new clinic offers multiple cosmetic procedures, including Botox injections and chemical peels to help skin look younger and healthier. Fillers and volumizers, including Restylane, Radiesse, Sculptra, Perlane and Juvederm, are also offered.
Barbara Ward, member of League City Chamber of Commerce; Debbie Thomas, president League City Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Sharon Raimer, chair, UTMB Department of Dermatology and Dr. Michael Wilkerson, UTMB Department of Dermatology.
The clinic is located at 2785 Gulf Freeway S., Suite 165, in League City, University Dermatology at Bay Colony.
The department also offers services on the main campus at UTMB, at Stewart Road Family Health clinic in Galveston and inside the Angleton Urgent Care Center. For more information, call 281-534-3376 or visit www.utmb.edu/dermatology.