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Updated May 21, 2020

Breaking News: Temporary Restrictions on Non-Essential Medical Procedures to be Lifted Beginning Friday, May 29, 2020


Governor Whitmer announced the lifted restrictions of EO 2020-17 during her press conference today, May 21st, at 10:00 am. In accordance, Dr. Bobby Mukkamala, President of the Michigan State Medical Society,  stated, “It is time for patients to catch up on the care that has been deferred for the past two months.” Likewise, it is Dr. Singer’s opinion that now is the appropriate time to resume full body skin cancer screening for those at high risk. We believe that further delays in dermatological care may lead to adverse long term outcomes including internal spread of skin cancer.

What steps have we taken thus far to prepare the office?

On May 11, 2020 we began implementing our office safety protocols as we welcomed back some of our medical staff. We now have the the appropriate PPE and office configuration to fully protect our staff and patients. We continue to test our protocols and refine our initiatives.
We have since opened the practice to in person urgent visits in the mornings, while maintaining virtual visits in the afternoon. On June 1, 2020, we will increase our capacity even further, welcoming more routine skin care throughout the day.
In an attempt to minimize interaction with our staff and other patients, we are implementing an “Online Check-in” system. This will improve safety by minimizing your time in our waiting area.
 If you have a skin concern please call us at (248)792-3785. We will determine if a virtual visit is appropriate, or whether to schedule an in-person visit.  Virtual visits are available for all patients. 
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