Dermatology Clinic at UWMC-Roosevelt
- Monday 8:00a - 5:00p
- Tuesday 8:00a - 5:00p
- Wednesday 8:00a - 5:00p
- Thursday 8:00a - 5:00p
- Friday 8:00a - 5:00p
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday Closed
206.598.4067 206.598.2267 fax
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Services offered at this clinic include:
- Medical dermatology
- Skin surgery
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Dermatology treatments for patients with any skin condition
The Dermatology Clinic at UW Medical Center-Roosevelt provides comprehensive dermatological care for patients with various skin conditions.
We evaluate all skin conditions, from general to specialized care, for patients from all age groups. We also have specialized clinics for the evaluation and treatment of hair loss, atypical moles, nail disorders, cutaneous lymphomas, contact dermatitis and dermatology/rheumatology overlap conditions.
Services also include the management and treatment of chronic skin conditions, including phototherapy, and surgical procedures for patients with symptomatic benign and malignant skin conditions, including skin cancers.
Directions & Parking
- Exit at Northeast 45th Street and head east. If you are traveling I-5 northbound, turn right at the exit ramp onto 45th. If you are traveling on I-5 southbound, turn left onto 45th.
- From the freeway, travel four blocks and turn right onto Roosevelt Way, a one-way street.
- Continue two blocks. The buildings are on the right.
- Take exit 14 (State Route 520), heading west to Seattle across the Lake Washington bridge.
- Merge onto Interstate 5 northbound and exit at Northeast 45th Street.
- Turn right at the exit ramp onto Northeast 45th, and travel four blocks.
- Turn right again, onto Roosevelt Way. The buildings will be on your right side, about two blocks down.
Use Metro's Trip Planner to learn which buses can help you get to the clinics, or call Metro at 206.553.3000.
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