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About First Coast Mohs

We are a team of dedicated, experienced, compassionate dermatologists and staff members serving the North Florida and South Georgia community with advanced care for your skin cancer treatment.  "Mohs" refers to a technique that removes cancerous tissue with minimal effects to healthy tissue.  To us, it's also a philosophy.  No matter your need our goal is to keep your skin as healthy as possible.

The First Coast Mohs experience begins when you enter our building.  You are greeted with a waiting area that welcomes you to sit and relax.  Our friendly and experienced staff are eager to make your visit with us as pleasant as possible.  And our, second to none, doctors offer a level of care that will surely surpass your expectations.  First Coast Mohs takes great pride in making your experience with us the best it can be.

ImageWhat is a Fellowship-Trained Surgeon?

The ACMS fellowship is an additional course of study for one to two years that provides the opportunity for surgeons to become highly skilled in Mohs surgery. During the fellowship, each surgeon-in-training must participate in a minimum of 500 cases under the supervision of a Mohs College approved, fellowship-trained instructor (surgeon).

ImageBeing a Member

An MD or DO must have completed a one or two year Mohs fellowship at one of the 70+ Mohs Training Programs across the country. Most programs are one-year programs, but the programs are identical in all but the length of time it takes to complete them. All Mohs fellows must complete at least 500 Mohs surgery cases during their fellowship, most under the guidance of the training program director, but in a minimum of 125 cases, they must be the "primary" surgeon.