Gwinnett Dermatology, PC Powered by ZocDoc Doctor Directory

Patient Portal

Patient Forms

Patients are encouraged to submit their patient information and health history forms in advance of their office visit. This secure process is private and will save you time during your visit. Please be sure to also bring a valid photo ID and your current insurance card as they are required on the day of your visit. When possible, please submit these forms 48 hours prior to your appointment.

We have implemented a new electronic medical record (EMR) provided to us by Modernizing Medicine called EMA. We are really excited about this new technology to not only improve your office experiences but provide you with online access to timely information from your medical chart as well.

It is safe, easy to use and intended for your use only. Some of the other benefits, to name a few include:

  • Access to recent visit notes, lab work and biopsy results
  • Ability to indicate for us your preferred (or secondary) pharmacies
  • Update your past medical history and medications

Click here to send us an email requesting information on how to receive your username and password. Please be sure to include your provider’s name, appointment date and time as well.

To go directly to the Patient Portal,Click Here

Newsletter Sign Up

View Our Blog

Chemical Peels

During a chemical peel, chemical solutions of varying strengths are carefully brushed onto the skin. The chemicals remove skin cells on the surface of the skin and stimulate the production of new skin cells below. .... read more

Psoriasis Basics

In continuation of our most recent topic on Psoriasis Basics, here is the third article in our series. Psoriasis Triggers Although the cause of a particular outbreak may not be known, some common psoriasis triggers .... read more

Psoriasis Basics Part 2

In continuation of our most recent topic, here is the second installment in our series on Psoriasis Basics Cause of Psoriasis Normal skin cells (keratinocytes) start growing in the deepest layers of the skin (epidermis) .... read more