"We are not some mysterious, intimidating academic entity. We're friendly, real people. We operate efficiently, and focus on what works. We encourage questions, and teach our patients about their health. And we communicate to our patients in a straight forward fashion so they can make informed decisions about their care. In turn, this hands-on approach attracts top notched practitioners- passionate, hardworking people who care deeply about their work, and continue to raise the standards of care at our practice. That's what sets Connolly Dermatology apart from all other practices, and will help revolutionize the way dermatology is practiced." For Dr. Connolly, teaching is in his blood, "My father is a physician, and my mother a teacher, so becoming a dermatologist and instructor was a natural fit for me," he says. "My work constantly challenges my mind and spirit, and I consider it an honor to have received so many incredible learning opportunities over the years.
Dr.Coyle S. Connolly, D.O. is a nationally recognized board certified dermatologist with over 16 years experience in clinical and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Connolly is a native of the area, and a graduate of St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. He completed his internship at John F. Kennedy Hospital in New Jersey. Dr. Connolly finished his medical training and dermatology residency at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM).Outside of his practice, he serves as Assistant Clinical Professor (PCOM), and dermatology course director responsible for training second year medical students. In addition to lecturing, he has acted as Chief Medical Editor for Practical Dermatology, and had authored textbooks including, "Dermatological Atlas of Black Skin."His research articles have appeared in numerous publications, most notably the American Academy of Dermatology and the British Journal of Dermatology. The mainstream media regularly turns to Dr. Connolly to educate consumers about skin care and skin cancer prevention. He was one of the first dermatologists to leverage social media, including YouTube, to help educate the widest possible audience about skin conditions and cancer.