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Megan Quinn, PA-C, MHS
Megan Quinn, PA-C, MHS is a physician assistant specializing in dermatology.
She joined Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute in July 2021 after moving from Baltimore, MD, where she originally started practicing in 2018.
Megan completed her undergraduate studies at Loyola University Maryland and received her Master of Health Science from Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Megan is certified by the National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). She is a member of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA) through which she became a diplomate fellow after completing specialized training in dermatology.
Seeing both children and adults, Megan can diagnose and treat a variety of conditions including skin cancer, psoriasis, eczema, hair loss, warts, acne and other autoimmune disorders. She has special interests in dermoscopy and preventative skin exams.
Megan enjoys building relationships with her patients and is passionate about providing high quality care.
Tolerating Topical Retinoids
Topical retinoids are creams and gels used to treat acne and photoaging while improving overall skin texture and dyspigmentation.