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Comprehensive Care and Resources

Our patients benefit from advanced local care for all types of melanoma and skin cancer, along with access to the newest therapies through clinical trials and academic level research.

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Understanding a melanoma diagnosis and making the best decisions about your treatment, or that of a loved one, can seem daunting. That’s why the team at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health carefully and compassionately guides you through the process, helping you understand your options every step of the way. Together, we develop personalized plan best suited to your needs.

Types of Melanoma

Our specialists evaluate, diagnose and treat all types of melanoma:

  • Melanoma skin cancer
  • Non-cutaneous (non-skin) melanoma—ocular melanoma, mucosal melanoma
  • Metastatic melanoma

We also treat non-melanoma skin cancers, including squamous cell skin cancer, basal cell skin cancer, and Merkel cell carcinoma.

Part of Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center

Our team of experts works together, and in close collaboration with colleagues at Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center, meeting weekly to discuss every patient’s unique case. That means you have the dual benefit of close-to-home care, and access to the newest therapies through clinical trials and academic level research.

Experienced, Caring Specialists

Our multidisciplinary team consists of clinicians and supportive services staff members that help assure the best possible experience for every patient.

Clinical Team

  • Plastic and cosmetic surgeons
  • Dermatopathologists
  • Hematologists/oncologists
  • Radiation oncologists
  • Nurse navigator
  • Community dermatologists

Support Team

  • Social workers
  • Dietitians
  • Financial services professionals
  • Chaplains
  • Lymphedema clinic staff

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