Dermatology practice opening clinic in Dowagiac April 6

Starting on April 6, Advanced Dermatology will begin seeing patients in its new satellite office located in the James E. Snow Professional Building on the Corner of Front and Main Streets in downtown Dowagiac.

Having grown up in Dowagiac, Dr. Mark A. Kuriata says she is particularly looking forward to being back serving the skin care needs of his hometown community.

While Kuriata has worked out of multiple locations in the Dowagiac area since 1999, the lease provided by the City of Dowagiac for the Snow Professional Building will provide a much greater opportunity for Advanced Dermatology to hold consistent office hours and better meet the community’s needs. The medical practice plans to see patients three days per week out of its Dowagiac location, in addition to its offices in Niles and St. Joseph.

Appointments times are still available for opening day — patients who are interested in making an appointment for the new Dowagiac office may call the main Advanced Dermatology phone line at (269) 429-SKIN (7546).

To learn more about Advanced Dermatology, visit www.advanced-dermatology.com.

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