WASHINGTON, March 10 /PRNewswire/ — Every year, Washingtonian Magazine polls 6,500 doctors in the Washington, DC and Baltimore regions, asking them what area doctors they would send family members to in each of 34 medical specialties. The results of these polls are compiled and presented annually in the ‘Best Doctors’ edition of Washingtonian Magazine. We are proud to announce that Dr. Susan T. Elliott has once again been selected as one of Washington, DC’s best dermatologists by the area’s medical community.
This prestigious designation is reflective of Dr. Elliott’s 30 years of experience and excellent results in the diagnosis and treatment of various skin diseases and disorders including acne, psoriasis, and eczema, as well as her ability to effectively diagnose and surgically remove skin cancers (melanoma) and other unwanted growths of the skin.
A third generation Washingtonian, Dr. Elliott attended the Holton-Arms School and graduated from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. She earned M.S. (Biochemistry) and M.D. degrees at George Washington University, where she was a member of Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society and valedictorian of the medical school class of 1976. Dr. Elliott completed her internship and residency at the University of Oregon (UOHSC), and is board certified by the American Academy of Dermatology.
Congratulations to Dr. Elliott and all the Washington, DC area doctors who received this recognition of medical excellence.
About The Center for Laser Surgery
The Center for Laser Surgery was founded in 1995 by the renowned dermatologist and laser surgeon Dr. Robert M. Adrian. It is now one of the largest full-service cosmetic and laser surgery centers in the Maryland, Virginia and DC region. The Center for Laser Surgery offers cosmetic procedures and dermatology services including Botox®, tattoo removal, laser hair removal, skin resurfacing and related treatments. Visit http://www.lasersurgery.com for more information.
Every year, Washingtonian Magazine polls 6,500 doctors in the Washington, DC and Baltimore regions, asking them what area doctors they would send family members to in each of 34 medical specialties.
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