Laurel Dermatology Welcomes Robert W. Walters, MD, PhD, FAAD

Robert W. Walters, MD, PhD, FAAD, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Laurel Dermatology, where he provides management and care for conditions that affect the skin, hair and nails, including inflammatory skin diseases, benign skin growths and skin cancer.

Dr. Walters received a dual medical and doctoral degree from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Medical Scientist Training Program in Iowa City, Iowa. He completed an internship in internal medicine at the University of Iowa Department of Medicine in Iowa City, and his residency and fellowship in dermatology at Duke University Department of Medicine Division of Dermatology in Durham, N.C.

Walters is board certified in dermatology by the American Board of Dermatology. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. He has a special practice interest in the management of patients at risk of skin cancer, those who have recovered from skin cancer and those with ongoing skin cancer treatment.

“Dermatology has many tools to help improve the lives of our patients. I most enjoy helping patients understand their skin disease and seeing them improve with treatments we institute,” Walters said.

Additional providers at Laurel Dermatology include Lori B. Howell, FNP.

About Hattiesburg Clinic Laurel Dermatology:

Hattiesburg Clinic Laurel Dermatology is a full-service dermatology clinic that specializes in the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of adult and pediatric skin disorders. Patients can see providers on a consultant basis. Providers also specialize in various surgical techniques for benign and malignant skin tumors.

Hattiesburg Clinic Laurel Dermatology also offers annual skin screenings. During the screening, the patient’s skin will be examined for suspicious lesions. If lesions are found, our providers will remove them and test for abnormalities. These screenings are a preventive service to help ensure that patients are aware of any risk of skin cancer.