Following CDC and state distribution guidance, Bon Secours is committed to providing access to the COVID-19 vaccines in the communities we serve.
Bon Secours is seeing our highest number of COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of the pandemic. Given the current volume in our communities and the severe strain on our staff and facilities, we are enacting crisis standards of care across our footprint. This does not mean that we provide lower standards of care, rather, that we evaluate and prioritize essential procedures and allocate resources and staff as needed to ensure our patients, associates and communities receive the compassionate care they need.
While we are taking these extraordinary steps to best serve our patients during this crisis period, the health and safety of our patients and employees remains our priority.
We want to remind you that it is important to act upon any warning signs for serious health conditions such a stroke, heart attack and others. If you have sudden changes in your health, it’s important to act fast and seek medical care immediately. You can trust that we are ready to deliver safe, high-quality care.
While your skin is your body's largest organ and warrants the most attention, dermatology deals with a variety of conditions including those surrounding your hair and nails. Our team of specialists are here to not only treat, but educate you on the importance of preventing serious skin, hair and nail conditions from developing.
Conditions We Treat
Eczema is a group of skin conditions marked by itchy, scaly, red or inflamed skin.
Moles are created from a group of pigment-producing skin cells located in the top layer of skin. They can be found anywhere and are usually black or brown in color.
This condition is caused by cells quickly building up on the skin surface. The result is dry patches on the skin that can cause pain and itchiness. There is currently no cure for Psoriasis, but there are treatments to help manage the symptoms.
Only found on the face, this skin condition that includes red patches as well as small, pus-filled bumps. It usually flares up for a couple weeks and then goes dormant for some time. This condition is most commonly found in older women with fair skin.