Skin Cancer (Nonmelanoma) is treated within GWCC’s Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Program. Nonmelanoma skin cancer refers to all the types of cancer that occur in the skin that are not melanoma. Several types of skin cancer fall within the broader category of nonmelanoma skin cancer, with the most common types being basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.

Skin Cancer (Nonmelanoma) is treated within the GW Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Program

  • Comprehensive General Dermatology and Cutaneous Oncology Services
  • The GW Cancer Center's Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Program takes a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of melanoma. Our team includes dermatology, plastic surgery, medical oncology, genetic counseling, and dermatopathology.

Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Program Information

Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic

The Department of Dermatology at the George Washington (GW) Medical Faculty Associates, the largest independent physician practice group in the D.C. region with more than 750 providers and 51 clinical specialties, is proud to announce the establishment of the Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic/Program. Learn more >>

Melanoma and Pigmented Lesion Clinic

Dr. C. Brandon Mitchell holds a weekly melanoma and pigmented lesion clinic to provide ongoing surveillance of patients with a personal hisotry of melanoma. In addition, we also see patients at elevated risk of melanoma including those with a personal history of dysplastic nevi (atypical moles) or a family history of melanoma. For patients with numerous dysplastic nevi, we utilize total body photography ('mole mapping') to assess for new or changing lesions. Learn more >>

Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Program Providers

Specialty: Cancer & Blood Disorders
Specialty: Dermatology
Specialty: Dermatology
Specialty: Dermatology
Specialty: Dermatology
Specialty: Dermatology