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Thomas G. Lewis, MD

Specialties:
Dermatology Mohs Surgery
Clinic:
Phone Number:
(740) 779-8580
Fax Number:
(740) 779-8589

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Additional Information

Medical School
Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio
Internship
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan
Residency
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan
Fellowships
Dayton Skin Surgery Center, Inc., Kettering, Ohio
Certifications
American Board of Dermatology, ACGME Procedural Dermatology
Professional Memberships
American Academy of Dermatology, American College of Mohs Surgery, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, Ohio Dermatologic Association, Ohio Society for Dermatologic Surgery
Clinical Interests
MOHS Micrographic Surgery, Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer, Melanoma, Nail Surgery
Gender
Male
Personal
Family, golf, Ohio State

About

Dr. Tom Lewis, a dermatologist at Adena Regional Medical Center, enjoys the hands-on experience that comes with working in dermatologic surgery. Specializing in skin cancer removal, Dr. Lewis performs in-clinic procedures that remove common types of skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. He uses a method of removing the tissue layer by layer, removing all the cancer while preserving as much healthy tissue as possible.

While studying at The Ohio State University, Dr. Lewis volunteered as a patient transporter at OSU Hospital and later worked as an orderly. Both of these jobs helped lead him to a path in the medical field. Since pursuing his career as a dermatologic surgeon, Dr. Lewis has always enjoyed that his patients can come into the clinic and have their issues resolved in a short period of time.

He grew up in Waverly, OH, and in high school he enjoyed basketball, baseball, golf, and spending time with his friends.

“I like living in this community because it allows my three children to grow up near their grandparents. I love the small town feel and community pride that doesn’t always occur in more metropolitan areas, and it gives me a more personal connection with my patients.”