Associated Dermatologists Reopens Offices

Now that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s medical practice restrictions have been lifted, Associated Dermatologists has officially reopened for all medical and elective appointments and procedures.

As we welcome patients back, we will take several additional safety precautions in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The health and safety of our patients and staff is our top priority, and we will follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and state and local officials as we care for our patients.

We have outlined our new safety procedures below to ensure that you have a safe and comfortable visit when returning to our office.

Checking In at an Associated Dermatologists Office

Office Sanitation Processes

We will continue to offer virtual office appointments. Call 248-975-SKIN to schedule a virtual or in-person appointment.

Your safety and well-being have always been, and continue to be, our utmost responsibility. Please continue to stay safe and stay healthy.

— The Doctors and Staff of Associated Dermatologists

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