The skin is vitally linked to internal organs and to one's overall medical health. Our dermatologists at Summit Health diagnose and treat conditions that affect the skin, hair, nails, and sweat glands. We offer screening and dermatology procedures for a variety of skin issues, including common and serious skin cancers.
Our local dermatologists are fellows of the American Academy of Dermatology. We also offer Mohs Surgery at our Briargate location with certification through the American Society for Mohs Surgery. Our top priority at Summit Dermatology is providing high quality skin care for our patients, who we think of as our friends.
One of our dermatologists see patients at our Monument location, and both see patients at the Briargate location in Colorado Springs. Our local dermatologists are fellows of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Early skin cancer detection can save lives. The American Cancer Society recommends a cancer-related checkup, including a complete skin examination every 3 years if you are aged 20 to 40 years, and every year if you are aged 40 or older.
If you have skin cancer and need to have it removed, we offer the latest in surgical techniques to manage and cure skin cancer with the least damage to healthy tissue.
Stay connected through our patient portal. Schedule an appointment, ask a question, access your medical records, pay your bill, request a prescription refill, and more!
Patient.TouchMD.com is a secure website that allows you to review your TouchMD files and share that information with others. Log in using your home computer to:
TouchMD is a state-of- the-art system that enhances doctor-patient relationships. Learn more about your upcoming procedure or medical condition using an easy to navigate touch-screen computer in the doctor’s office.
To log in, enter Patient.TouchMD.com into your web browser. You will then be directed to enter an email and password. Your TouchMD username is the email you provided to the office. Your temporary password is your first and last initials (lower case) followed by your six-digit (MMDDYY) date of birth.