Bend Dermatology Clinic Announces Crook County Expansion with New Location in Prineville


(Dr. William Delgado)

Bend Dermatology Clinic announced its expansion in Crook County with a new clinic at 555 NW Third St. in Prineville. The new practice is slated to open September 1 in Suite 3 of the First Interstate Bank Building and will be accepting new and existing patients for medical dermatological care.

“We’re pleased to expand our regional footprint and increase accessibility to much-needed, best-in-class medical dermatology to the people of Prineville and its surrounding communities,” said Dr. William Delgado, board-certified dermatologist and fellowship-trained Mohs Micrographic Surgeon at Bend Dermatology Clinic.

At the Prineville location, patients will be treated by Joshua May, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist, and Larry Weber, a certified physician assistant, both of whom specialize in skin cancer treatment and medical dermatology, along with a dedicated team of support staff.

Oregon is among the top third of states for melanoma cases and the region around Klamath and Crook counties have some of the higher rates of incidences of melanoma.

Dr. May graduated from Louisiana State University School of Medicine and completed a dermatology and dermatologic surgery residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, where he served as Chief Resident. Dr. May has more than 15 years of experience treating patients for conditions of the hair, skin and nails, and specializes in the diagnosis and management of acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, skin cancer and other skin conditions.

Weber, a Prineville resident, is a graduate of the physician’s assistant program at the University of Utah. He also earned a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry as well as a degree in medical technology from Dakota Wesleyan University. He has 38 years of experience in dermatology and specializes in treating acne, eczema and skin cancer. 541-325-4249 (text) • 541-382-5712


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