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Southview Dermatology

Founded 1998 • With Angi since May 2009

4.4

(11) Verified Reviews

Dermatology - General
Primary Care - Internal Medicine
Infectious Diseases
Digestive Care/Gastroenterology
Heart Care - General Cardiology

Description

General Dermatology practice within a multi-specialty group (Southview Medical Group, PC) Conveniently located on the campus of St. Vincent's Hospital – Birmingham Licensed in AL (AL18343), Board-certified in dermatology Adults and Children Medical, Surgical, & Cosmetic Dermatology Accepting most insurance plans. 10% discount on all cosmetic procedures for members....

Verified Reviews

A few reviews for this pro...
5.0

02/04/2018

Excellent. I discovered this mole on my back & was concerned it might be melanoma. I was given an appointment in 2 days. Dr Timothy McGraw was the doctor who examined my back. It turned out that I didn’t have melanoma. Dr McGraw did a thorough skin review for a baseline since I had other moles & a brother who had melanoma surgery a few years ago. No problems were found. Dr. McGraw assured me that ...

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(This review template doesn’t fit one for a physician review. That’s why I put the service cost at zero.). I went to have a suspicious mole for melanoma.

Category dermatologist

5.0

02/16/2016

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Category dermatologist

4.0

04/30/2013

The biopsy showed I had a somewhat rare disorder that I had never heard of called vasculitis, that causes inflammation of blood vessels. Dr Cash treated the condition and did tests to make sure it was just affecting my skin and not other organs. The skin lesion took several months to heal and I saw Dr. Cash repeatedly during that time. Because this disease is not common, It often goes unrecognized...

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In late 2011 I had a necrotic tissue on my ankle. This is literally dying tissue and quite scary. It can be caused by any number of things including an infection or spider bite. Dr Cash noticed red spots that were in proximity to the skin lesion and did a biopsy.

Category dermatologist

5.0

04/09/2013

The doctor was Dr. Cash, a woman. I never saw the spot, so I don't even know how they spotted it. But, she saw it and had to go five levels with the MHRA. She's not heavily booked. She even looked at some of my stuff and I didn't even have an appointment.

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My mother used Southview Dermatology. They checked her over a little bit and she had a thing on top of her head so they took a biopsy and she's already had surgery for a basal-cell carcinoma and it went all the way up under the skin of her forehead. They had to take her to a specialist.

Category dermatologist

5.0

11/08/2012

Dr. Cash. does not have the best bedside manner. However, what she lacks in attitude she more than makes up for in knowledge. I first went to see Dr. Cash in November, 2011. I had a necrotic ulcer on my ankle. Dr. Woods, who my husband had seen was unavailable that week and I wanted to see someone as soon as possible. Dr. Cash said the infection could be caused by anything, but apparently recogniz...

Description of Work
I saw Dr. Cash for a Necrotic Skin Lesion. (Ugly scary dying tissue)

Category dermatologist

    Services Offered

    Internal medicine, cardiology, gastroenterology, dermatology & infectious disease.

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