Mayor Purzycki Commemorates The Dermatology Specialists’ Arrival to Wilmington’s Downtown Business District

The Dermatology Specialists Expands to Delaware: A Renowned Skincare Group Opens Its Second Location in Wilmington, Providing Quality Care to Residents Across the Region

The Dermatology Specialists, a renowned dermatology group from the Northeast, has opened its second location in Delaware at 801 North Market Street. The new office is located in the former site of CVS Pharmacy, Inc. and marks their commitment to providing quality care to residents across the region. With 47 locations nationwide, including the new one in Wilmington, The Dermatology Specialists are dedicated to offering accessible and comprehensive skincare services.

Mayor Mike Purzycki welcomed the practice to the Downtown Business District of Wilmington during a ribbon-cutting ceremony that was attended by Dr. Michael Saruk, Mark Seward, and Gil Messer of The Dermatology Specialists, as well as other local dignitaries. Mayor Purzycki commended the revitalization of Market Street and expressed gratitude to the visionaries behind the project. He recognized the importance of The Dermatology Specialists’ services in meeting the healthcare needs of Wilmington residents.

Dr. Michael Saruk emphasized that The Dermatology Specialists’ dedication to providing quality care for all residents of Wilmington is unwavering. He highlighted that their services are accessible seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., with Walk-Ins welcome at their new office location in downtown Wilmington. Those interested in scheduling an appointment or learning more about their services can visit their website at www.thedermspecs

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