Steady Progress for the New Dermasurgery Center Office

For the Dermasurgery Center team, much of 2017 has been spent pulling together the vision for our new clinic location.  It has been a labor of love, and one that we’ve excitedly pursued knowing the opportunity it will give us to provide better dermatologic care to an even greater number of patients.  With more spacious reception and patient rooms - and a location near our current office, this new facility will remain convenient for our existing patients while also allowing many more to easily access the care they need.

Of course, between the typical hiccups of any major building project and a summer full of rain, the journey of our new location has taken plenty of twists and turns.  Follow along with some of the more recent happenings in the timeline below.

Special thanks to Camile Silva of C. Silva Architect and WHLC Architecture for these photos and updates.  To follow the complete project from start to finish, visit her blog HERE.

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Keeping the Oak Safe

This gorgeous oak has received a lot of TLC to ensure its protection throughout the course of the project.  While heavy rains and drainage issues have threatened it throughout the summer, efforts continue to keep it safe!

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Designed for Patient Privacy

While aesthetic appeal is important, nothing can compromise patient privacy.  The solution were these bamboo-inspired windows in patient rooms along the building's perimeter.  Designed with precise reflective glass specification, patients can enjoy plenty of natural light and obstructed views without the fear of anyone being able to see in from the outside.


Almost Home

The exterior of the facility has come along beautifully.  With each step, we get a little closer to calling this incredible facility home!

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Interior View

With much of the exterior work complete, we're finally able to offer some first glimpses of the interior.  We can't wait for design elements to be in place, and to show you as the space really comes together. 

Chad Prather, M.D.