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Dr. Oliver Wisco, DO is a dermatologist in Bend, OR and has been practicing for 7 years. He graduated from Philadelphia College Of Osteopathic Medicine in 2002 and specializes in dermatology, pediatric dermatology, and more.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Wisco "Dr. Wisco is a board-certified dermatologist that completed a Mohs Micrographic Surgery Fellowship with Dr. Donald J. Grande at Mystic Valley Dermatology in 2011. He has also completed a Melanoma Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. Much of Dr. Wisco's medical career has been in the military, where he has served approximately 20 years in the Air Force / Air National Guard and currently holds the rank of Lt Colonel. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Wisco is heavily involved in healthcare improvement initiatives through the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). His work guided the development of the AAD's national performance measurement system for all of dermatology. While previously serving in the Air Force, he also developed a regional teledermatology program to improve the access to care for the underserved military medical facilities in the Southeastern region of the United States. Dr. Wisco's interest in healthcare delivery science parallels his research interest of understanding the risk factors that lead to high-risk skin cancer and advanced melanoma to improve care processes and promote health. Dr. Wisco has come back to Mystic Valley Dermatology because of the practice's wonderful patients and to resume working with his mentor, Dr. Grande. In addition to his work at Mystic Valley Dermatology, his research initiatives are broadly based throughout the United States, with much of it conducted through Oregon Health & Science University because of the high incidence of melanoma in that state. Also, he and his wife are from Oregon so he has a particular interest in Oregon's high-risk population. However, if you ask him where he is from, he prefers to call Boston his home."
This content was provided by Dr. Wisco "As a Mohs Surgeon, Melanoma Specialist & General Dermatologist, while my primary goal is to provide the best care to my patients, my overlying priority is to guide the region's population in the prevention of melanoma."