UHS Dermatology provides expert care of diseases of the skin and skin cancers. Whether it is a common condition such as eczema or psoriasis, a mysterious rash, or a rare disease, our provider team will completely evaluate your condition and give you the best up-to-date care available. If you have an unusual mole or skin lesion we can evaluate it using dermoscopy and biopsy techniques to choose the best treatment.
Our provider panel consists of two Physician’s Assistant who together have a total of over 22 years of experience in Dermatology. We also have a Board Certified Internal Medicine M.D. with a special interest in diseases of the skin. Our lead physician and consultant is Dr Sienkiewicz, a Board Certified Dermatologist who has been in practice in our community for 39 years.
The UHS multispecialty physician group gives us the ability to render interdisciplinary expert care in collaboration with Rheumatology, Plastic and General Surgery, Oncology, Dermatopathology and other specialties.
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital to hold Pfizer Vaccine ClinicJuly 28, 2021
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital will be offering a free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Tuesday, August 3 and Wednesday, August 4 from 9AM - 5PM at UHS Primary Care Walton, 2 Titus Place, Walton, NY.
More baby pictures needed by August 12 for Cutest Baby ContestJuly 26, 2021
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital is excited to be able to once again sponsor the Cutest Baby Contest during the Delaware County Fair. However, we need more photos by August 12!
Learn more about Osteoporosis in Tuesday’s virtual health talkJuly 23, 2021
UHS Chenango Memorial’s 2021 Lunchtime Learning Series continues with a special presentation on Osteoporosis, presented by Nicole Osterhout, NP-C, of UHS Rheumatology. Join us at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, July 27 for the fifth and final installment.
UHS receives $1.5 million for hepatitis C outreachJuly 19, 2021
UHS has received a $1.5 million grant from the New York State Department of Health to extend outreach programs to people affected by the disease hepatitis C.