Aleda Longwell, MD

Job Title

Dermatologist

Languages Spoken

  • English

About Me

Welcome! I look forward to a long and healthy relationship together, and toward providing you the best possible care for your dermatology needs. A little about me: I was raised in the Bay Area, and while my training took me around the country, I have always known that I would return here to pursue my professional career in medicine.

I attended U.C. Berkeley for undergraduate school, and then completed my medical school training at the University of Rochester in upstate New York, where I was graduated with Honors. I was fortunate to continue my surgery training at Northwestern University in Chicago, and then enjoyed my Dermatology Residency at Baylor College of Medicine, where I also trained an additional year as the Mohs Micrographic Surgery Fellow.

While I enjoy General Dermatology and treat all ages of patients, I have additional training in skin cancer, and in skin cancer surgery.

I am one of the newest additions to the Dermatology Department at Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center, and I feel very fortunate to be an integral part of such a wonderful and extremely talented team of doctors and staff here on the Penninsula.

Thank you for trusting me with your health care and dermatology needs. My entire team and I will always strive our best to enable you to feel well cared for, and I personally aim to provide you with an exceptional health care experience at each and every visit.

I am passionate about working closely with my patients toward reaching their health care goals, and providing the best care possible. I look forward to meeting you, and toward building a long and rewarding relationship together as your dermatology physician.

Medical Education

University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, NY

Residency

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Fellowship

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Board Certification

Dermatology, American Board of Dermatology

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