Ask the Doctors Forum Features Atlanta’s Dermatologist to the Stars
Dr. Gloria Campbell-D’Hue is the founder of the Atlanta Center of Dermatology and MediSpa. She has over 20 years of training and experience in the practice of dermatology. After graduating from Morris Brown College with a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry, Dr. Campbell-D’Hue went on to graduate from Emory University School of Medicine in 1976.
She completed her Internal Medical Residency at the University of Cincinnati and her Pathology Residency at Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York. Following her Fellowship in Electron Microscopy and Immunoflurescence at the Albany Medical Center, she became the Chief Resident in Dermatology at the University of Cincinnati Department of Dermatology. She was the first African American Chief Resident.
She has been in practice since 1983, becoming the first African American female Dermatologist in private practice in Atlanta. Dr. Campbell-D’Hue has been board eligible since December of 1982 by the American Academy of Dermatology. She has received numerous awards including “Outstanding Young Women of America” and “Distinguished Alumni Citation” by the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education.
The Atlanta Dermatology and MediSpa Center provides full medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services for care of the skin and for the management of skin, hair and nail disorders.
There are over 2000 different skin diseases, and they have the knowledge and expertise to recognize them and offer the best plan for management through medical, surgical and cosmetic therapies.