Brian Bishop, MD, MPH, FAAD

Fellowship Trained Mohs Surgeon

Dr. Bishop brings a wealth of experience, surgical expertise, and genuine warmth to his patients. His charming and personable nature immediately puts his patients at ease and he is known for his approachability and sense of humor. Dr. Bishop is a Mohs surgeon who truly cares for his patients and strives to provide them with the highest level of care, skill, and compassion. 

Meet Your Mohs Surgeon

Get To Know Dr. Bishop

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A Deeper Look:

My Philosophy

As your Mohs surgeon, I prioritize your comfort and satisfaction above all else. With our team’s dedication to providing excellent outcomes, you can trust that your surgery will be effective and successful.

We strive to offer a concierge-style experience that makes your time with us as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Most importantly, we treat you like family, ensuring that you feel supported and well-cared for throughout your entire journey with us.

My ultimate goal is for you to go home feeling confident that you are cancer-free and happy with your cosmetic result, every time!

"There's no greater honor than seeing my training and hard work have a positive impact on my patients' lives."

Background and Training

Becoming a Mohs surgeon was a natural choice for me, as it allowed me to combine my surgical skills with my love for patient interaction. I find it incredibly rewarding to guide patients through their journey of skin cancer treatment, providing them with peace of mind and the best possible outcome.

I earned my medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, where I also obtained a Masters in Public Health. This unique combination of degrees has allowed me to efficiently evaluate medical literature and help my patients utilizing some of the most innovative techniques in my field.

I furthered my education through my residency training in Dermatology at Emory University where I was fortunate enough to learn from some of the best surgeons in the country.

My fellowship training in Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Facial Reconstruction at the University of Cincinnati allowed me to study under the former president of the American College of Mohs Surgery and American Academy of Dermatology, Dr. Brett Coldiron. This exceptional opportunity allowed me to master the microscopic approach to skin cancer identification.

The experience also gave me skill and insight into the nuances of facial reconstruction by working alongside the former director of Facial Plastic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati.