NEW YORK—The new clinic will be at Riverside Hospital in Riverside, California, where the hospital has two other dermatology practices.
Riverside Hospital’s dermatology program will move to Riverside Hospital Center, the new clinic announced Monday.
The new facility will include a 10-bed dermatology clinic, as well as a two-bed practice, which will also be staffed by dermatologists from Riverside.
The two new dermatology clinics will also provide outpatient care to people who have had skin issues related to melanoma, according to a statement from the Riverside Hospital System.
It will also offer a comprehensive suite of services for dermatologists, including dermatology treatments, surgery and consultation, with an emphasis on the needs of women.
Dr. David G. Daley, the president and chief operating officer of Riverside Hospital, said in a statement that he is proud of the new facility.
“We are grateful for the support and partnership from our community,” he said.
Daley said Riverside Hospital is committed to supporting the community and to providing a safe and comfortable environment for patients.
Lori O’Brien, a Riverside hospital spokeswoman, said the hospital was excited to move into a new dermatologic practice, and is excited to be partnering with the hospital to provide dermatology services to the community.
We are proud to be a part of a growing family of dermatologists at Riverside. “
Riverside Hospital has been a leader in dermatology since it opened in 1957.
We are proud to be a part of a growing family of dermatologists at Riverside.
We hope to serve the entire community through our partnership.”
The Riverside Hospital Association is a coalition of dermatology associations and hospital groups.
O’Brien said Riverside is working with local health departments to help the community to access the new services.
Citizens of Riverside County have the option of signing up for one of the services at the new Riverside Clinic, or they can apply to be part of the community-based clinic program, she said.