A Message to Our Dermatology Patients During COVID-19

At Mass General Dermatology all of our locations are open for in-person appointments. If you already have an appointment, we look forward to seeing you. We continue to offer virtual visit via telephone when appropriate. Your health and safety remain our top priority and our dermatology team is here for you.

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Patient Resources

Welcome to the Department of Dermatology. To help you prepare for your visit, you can view or download information, forms, and directions.

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Treatment Programs

Learn more about general medical and specialized dermatology clinical services and programs.

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Research & Clinical Trials

Explore current research projects in the Department of Dermatology or search our open clinical trials and medical research studies.

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Mass General North Shore

We offer world-class dermatology services in Danvers. Convenient location with free parking.

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Education & Training

Find information on residency, fellowship and continuing medical education opportunities available through the Department of Dermatology.

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Community Health Programs

Our dermatologists are reaching under-served communities.

Dr. Ernest Gonzalez's legacy of care to Boston's Homeless

A Legacy of Care

In honor of Dr. Ernesto Gonzalez’s legacy of care, Mass General Dermatology expands dermatologic care to Boston’s homeless men, women, and children.

Referring Physicians

Please call 877-839-2555 for help finding a specialist or for more information.

Make a Gift

When you support the Department of Dermatology, you make a significant impact on the future of patient care, research, & education.

Prevention & Detection

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