We are proud to announce the arrival of a new pathologist and dermatopathologist at our practice! Dr. Jeffrey B. Stricker has an exceptional background in skin care and pathology and will bring more emphasis to the dermatology aspect of our skin care approach at our Orlando center and location in The Villages. Dr. Stricker specializes in medical and surgical dermatology, including skin cancer prevention and treatment, and he meets the high standards set at our practice by founder and plastic surgeon Dr. Kenrick Spence.
Dr. Stricker earned his undergraduate degree in medical technology and doctoral degree in osteopathic medicine at Michigan State University. He then went on to complete an internship in internal medicine and a master’s degree in healthcare administration in Flint, Michigan. He also completed a residency in pathology and a dermatopathology fellowship in Texas, as well as a dermatology fellowship in Georgia.
In addition to this exceptional education, our patients will also benefit from Dr. Stricker’s vast practical qualifications. With board certifications in 5 areas (dermatology, anatomic pathology, dermatopathology, laboratory medicine, and medical management) and membership in renowned organizations such as the College of American Pathologists, Dr. Stricker has earned the respect of his peers in the medical community. He is also highly involved with The American Academy of Dermatology.
From a patient’s perspective, those who visit Dr. Stricker for dermatology services at Hillcrest Dermatology & Plastic Surgery can rely on his impressive experience. He has performed more than 20,000 Mohs skin cancer procedures and diagnosed more than 150,000 skin biopsies.
Our skin care approach that was set forth by Dr. Spence focuses on both beauty and health. The addition of Dr. Stricker is an important one for our patients in need of clinical dermatology care.