Dr. Vlada Groysman MD
Dermatologist2290 Valleydale Rd. Ste 204 Birmingham AL, 35244
Diplomate and Board Certified by the American Board of Dermatology, Dr. Vlada Groysman is a specialist in medical, surgical, cosmetic, and laser dermatology. She is a graduate of distinction from University ...
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD- 2009
- Seborrheic Keratoses
- Actinic Keratosis
- Eczema/atopic Dermatitis
- Molluscum Contagiosum
- Psoriasis Treatment
- Patch Testing
- Rosacea & Acne Treatment
- Skin Cancer Screening
- Uvb Phototherapy
- Benign Lesions
- Scar Revision
- Skin Cancer Detection And Treatment
- Sclerotherapy For Spider Leg Veins
- Fellow American Academy of Dermatology
- Member Women’s Dermatologic Society
- Diplomate American Board of Dermatology
- Member American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
- Member American Contact Dermatology Society and National Psoriasis Foundation
- University of Alabama At Birmingham Residency, Dermatology Residency Program 2009
Experience & Accolades
- Assistant Professor of Dermatology2009 - 2013University of Alabama
- Medical Director2013Cahaba Dermatology and Skin Health Center
Dr. Vlada Groysman MD's Practice location
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Patient Experience with Dr. Groysman
- Brooke s.
very personable, go see her...
- Oleg t.
- Rebecca j.
Great listener, I'm doing great.
Answered all our questions!.
- Donald b.
Excellent care and information.
- Jenna f.
- Justin w.
- Jason n.
Relaxed and Professional.
- D. h.
Very personable in every respect..
- Frank b.
- Joel d.
Another Great Visit.
- Keri w.
Quick, Efficient, Kind and Gentle.
- Mary e.
She is very gentle and thorough..
- Jeremy p.
- C. s.
Dr. Groysman and staff were friendly, thorough and helpful!.
My time with Dr. was quick and helpful.
- Jessica m.
- Marisa m.
- S. n.
- C. a.
She Knows all about African American Skin!!!.
- Linda .
Dr. Groysman seemed very knowledgeable of the treatment she prescribed..
- C. a.
Easy and personal.
- Hanvey t.
Comfortable informative excellent.
- Neil d.
Very very good visit.
- Betsy m.
- Joe g.
- Debra f.
- Frieda w.
Very professional .
- Russ t.
It was a great experience!.
- S. g.
Quick, thorough and friendly staff.
Great Dr!.+ Show More
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