Jennifer Reichel, M.D.
Dr. Reichel attended the University of Colorado for both her undergraduate degree and her doctorate of Medicine. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Molecular & Developmental Biology in 1993 and completed medical school in 1997. She then underwent residency training in Dermatology at the University of Washington, followed by a postgraduate fellowship in Mohs micrographic skin cancer surgery and cosmetic surgery.
"I believe that an all encompassing approach to skin care is the key to radiant, healthy complexions." From liposuction and lasers to injectables like Botox, Restylane, and Radiesse, Dr. Reichel focuses on rejuvenating youth and beauty synergistically. With a passion for excellence, she is dedicated to delivering custom-tailored results that are harmonious with patients' goals and proud reflections of Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Center.
Dr. Reichel is on faculty at the University of Washington and is the primary teacher of cosmetic procedures for the dermatology residents and fellows. She is active on a national level and is a regular speaking at skin surgery meetings. She has been featured on television and in numerous magazines including New Beauty, Spa Magazine, Allure, Skin & Aging and MedEsthetics. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS), The American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS), the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS) the Women’s Dermatologic Society (WDS), and the Seattle and Washington Dermatologic Societies.
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Why Choose a Fellowship Trained Mohs Surgeon?
Mohs micrographic surgery has set a new standard in skin cancer treatment. An increasing number of physicians are performing Mohs surgery, which is now widely accepted as the most effective treatment for most types of skin cancer. However, not all Mohs surgeons receive the same level of training as Dr. Jennifer Reichel, a fellowship trained Mohs surgeon.
When it comes to your skin cancer treatment, you deserve no less than the best. Dr. Jennifer Reichel, has achieved the highest degree of Mohs surgery qualification by completing an American College of Mohs Surgery approved fellowship. For you, this means peace of mind, knowing that you will receive superior quality and competency, as well as an optimal outcome.
Dr. Jennifer Reichel and ACMS - Committed to Superior Care
The ACMS (http://www.skincancermohssurgery.org/) was established by Dr. Frederic Mohs himself, and its fellowship training program is generally acknowledged as the benchmark in Mohs surgery training. Through an extensive application and interview process, only the most qualified physicians are selected by ACMS to participate in a fellowship program. Participants must undergo a rigorous 1 to 2 year training program subsequent to completing a residency in dermatology.
During fellowship training, Dr. Jennifer Reichel, studied and trained under the guidance of veteran Mohs College surgeons who have demonstrated expertise in Mohs surgery. A cornerstone of the ACMS fellowship training program is cultivating experience and judgment in each graduate. Since skin cancer occurs in a diversity of forms, degrees and locations, the program is set up to be thorough and stringent.
Dr. Jennifer Reichel, met the following requirements in completing her ACMS fellowship:
- Participated in a minimum of 500 Mohs surgery cases
- Learned to accurately interpret slides of tissue samples removed during Mohs surgery
- Performed a vast array of reconstructions, ranging from the simplest to the most complex, multi-step repairs
As an ACMS graduate, Dr. Jennifer Reichel, gained an uncommon level of exposure, including everything from challenging tumor locations to rare tumor pathology and complex wound reconstruction. You can rest assured that she has the training and experience to achieve the best outcome from your skin cancer treatment.
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