Dr. Sheftel is a gifted presenter as well as a Dermatologist who provides his patients with the latest and most effective treatments. During his presentation he will educate you on how to perform a skin cancer self-examination and help you to understand the ABC’s of Melanoma detection and prevention. Who does most of the surgery, MOHs or not? When is it the best treatment? What’s new in the Dermatology world? Who is new at the office?
The providers at Healthy Skin Dermatology, (Sheftel and Associates) currently see patients in Wilcox, Globe, Sahuarita, River Park, East Tucson and Oro Valley.
In addition to his very active practice, Dr. Sheftel has generously underwritten the SaddleBrooke Health Fair for 20 years and continues to bring his colleagues with him to provide free skin cancer checks for the 500+ SaddleBrooke residents who attend the fair.
Come and learn from an expert that you can trust what is new in dermatology, what skin cancer does the dermatologist treat and when does he/she refer to a different type of surgeon.
Scott Sheftel graduated Magna Cum Laude from Syracuse University in 1984, where he achieved academic honors as a member of the prestigious Honor Society of Phi Beta Kappa Epsilon, and in 1988, graduated from the Medical College of Ohio. Dr. Sheftel did his Internal Medicine Residency at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Phoenix, Arizona and his Dermatology Fellowship at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Again, in addition to Dr. Sheftel’s informative talk, he has, as always, offered to spend “whatever time we need” to provide free skin screenings to everyone who wishes to be seen, privately, after his talk. Please sign up at the door when you enter the ballroom.
Mark your calendars so you won’t miss SaddleBrooke Health Night Out on Monday, March 26, at 7:00 p.m. at the MountainView Country Club for what promises to be a very interesting and informative evening. This is another educational program brought to you by your SaddleBrooke Health and Wellness that is free for all residents of SaddleBrooke One, SaddleBrooke TWO and the Preserve.