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Dr. Judith Romero is a Board Certified Dermatologist; she went to Harvard Medical School and Columbia University and Dr. Romero interned at Massachusetts General Hospital and her residency in Dermatology was at the University of Michigan Medical Center. The nurses and Estheticians are all under the expert supervision of Dr. Romero. Dr. Romero is currently accepting new patients. You find her bed side manner warm and pleasant. Her Harvard training enables Dr. Romero to be the best medical Dermatologist.Read more
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Overall Patient Satisfaction
Likelihood of recommending Dr. Romero to family and friends is 3.6 out of 5
This is Dr. Romero Responding to the 02/14/16 Review
Dr. Judith Romero takes pride in providing the best dermatology medical care and to meet or exceed all patients' expectations. Total skin exams are a detailed examination of the entire body with the sole purpose being the detection of skin cancer. Generally, other patient concerns can be addressed at the same time if time permits. If you...