Get to know Dr. Gilman

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The doctor-patient relationship is built on trust and open communication, and requires that you feel comfortable with the person to whom you entrust your health. Dr. Gilman is committed to ensuring that your experience in the office is a rewarding one.

Dr. Gilman graduated cum laude from Williams College in Williamstown, MA. She received her medical degree, with distinction, from The George Washington University, in Washington, D.C. She performed her internship in Internal Medicine at St. Vincent's Medical Center in New York, NY. Dr. Gilman performed her Dermatology residency at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, NY. Dr. Gilman is board certified in Dermatology by the American Board of Dermatology. Dr. Gilman is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.

Dr. Gilman is known for her light hand and the natural looking results that she provides to her cosmetic patients. Every face, every body, every person is an individual. It isn’t the passage of time alone that changes how we look, but also genetic factors and the environment in which you live. Dr. Gilman will discuss your particular concerns and goals as you create a treatment plan that fits your lifestyle.

When you make an appointment to see Dr. Gilman, you will see Dr. Gilman. Your care will never be handed off to a less-trained associate, such as a physician assistant or nurse practitioner. Being board certified means that Dr. Gilman completed four years of medical school after graduating from college, then went on to perform one year of training in general internal medicine (internship) and three years of training in Dermatology (residency). After successfully completing these additional years of training, she passed a two-day board examination to become board certified in Dermatology.

When you see a board-certified physician, you can feel secure that your doctor has the education, knowledge, and training to evaluate your problem and determine the best possible treatment for you

chart showing differences in years of training between board-certified dermatologists and physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Dermatologists have 8 years of education and training after completing 4 years of college.