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Dr. Suzanne Schoelch, MD is a dermatologist in Bozeman, MT and has been practicing for 21 years. She graduated from Tulane University School Of Medicine in 1990 and specializes in dermatology, pediatric dermatology, and more.Read her story
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Dr. Schoelch's bio
This content was provided by Dr. Schoelch "Dr. Schoelch graduated from Tulane Medical School on a Uniformed Services Health Professions scholarship. After completing her internship in internal medicine at Naval Medical Center San Diego, Dr.Schoelch entered the US Naval Flight Surgeon program. She served 3 years as a flight surgeon with a Marine helicopter squadron based in Camp Pendleton California prior to completing her dermatology residency at Naval Hospital San Diego. Dr. Schoelch then served as the head of the Dermatology Department at Naval Hospital Great Lakes for two years. After leaving the active duty Navy in 2000 she joined InterMed in Portland Maine where she was the only dermatologist for this large multispecialty group. In 2008, Dr. Schoelch and her family relocated to Montana where she joined our clinic in October, 2008."
This content was provided by Dr. Schoelch "As a board-certified dermatologist , I believe patients deserve up-to-date and compassionate care. I believe in listening to patients and working together to diagnose and treat their skin disorders. I am a general dermatologist: I diagnosis and treat the skin disorders of patients from newborn to elderly. I treat skin cancers and chronic skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. I can also help internists, family practicioners and other specialists when their patients have skin symptoms."