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For more information about the Division of Dermatology, please call 513-636-4215.
Due to an extremely high demand for patient appointments:
In order to allow us to prioritize patients with more complicated dermatologic issues who cannot receive appropriate care within the community, we request that patients with routine dermatologic issues such as acne, eczema, warts, tinea (ringworm), molluscum, folliculitis/furuncles, seborrheic dermatitis/dandruff, and diaper rash be initially evaluated and managed by their primary care provider.
To ensure that our patients receive excellent care, our physician providers work closely with our advanced nurse practitioners, who have expertise in the diagnosis and management of many acute and chronic skin conditions in children. The following diagnoses are scheduled with our advanced nurse practitioners: acne, alopecia (hair loss), diaper rash, eczema/dermatitis, folliculitis, molluscum, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, tinea (ringworm), viral exanthem, and warts.
Please note that we do not accept referrals for the following conditions.
Once the referral has been processed and reviewed by our clinical staff, our office will contact the caregiver to schedule the appointment within the appropriate time frame.
Use our maps and driving directions to reach the right Cincinnati Children's location.
Main Campus:The Division of Dermatology sees patients in the Multipractice Center on the second floor of the C Building.
Liberty Campus:The Division of Dermatology sees patients on the third floor in the 3C Treatment Center.
Mason Campus:The Division of Dermatology sees patients in building A.
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