Mike Heine/The Week
(Published April 30, 2007, 3:27 p.m.)
Fort HealthCare, 611 Sherman Ave., Fort Atkinson, (920) 568-5470, is pleased to announce that Robert J. Glinert, MD, will be joining Sue Conley, MD, in the practice of dermatology, beginning April 30.
Glinert will be seeing patients on the third floor of Fort Memorial Hospital. Conley will continue to see patients at the Fort HealthCare Center for Dermatology, at 426 McMillen St., Fort Atkinson, (920) 568-1000.
Together they will offer a broad range of services including micrographic removal of skin cancers; mole photography for melanoma screening; phototherapy for psoriasis and eczema; and patch testing for evaluation of skin allergies. In addition, they will offer greater access for urgent and routine dermatology appointments.
Glinert comes to Fort Atkinson from Madison where had had been chair of dermatology at Dean Medical Center from 1999 - 2006. "I am so thrilled to be coming to Fort Atkinson," Glinert said. "It is a special town, and I have always been so impressed with the outstanding physicians, nurses and staff at Fort Memorial Hospital."
"Our mission will be to offer the highest level of care and service," Glinert said in a news release. "We are eager to start working."
In 2006, Glinert was honored to be rated first in dermatology by other physicians in the biennial Madison Magazine survey of Dane County's Top Physicians. Simultaneously he attained "best practice" status in the 2006 patient satisfaction survey administered by the American Medical Group Practice Association. He is board certified in internal medicine, allergy/immunology and dermatology. He completed internship training at Northwestern University, residency training in internal medicine at the University of Rochester, dermatology residency training at Washington University and fellowship training in allergy/immunology at the University of Michigan. He is a volunteer clinical professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin.
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