LUX Dermatology is a growing network of professionally managed practices in California and Nevada that strives to be the dermatology service provider of choice in its various markets.
Each LUX Dermatology location is staffed with a dedicated team of physicians, mid-level providers and clinical support staff that are focused on providing patients with state-of-the-art clinical and cosmetic treatments that are the right blend of high tech with high touch. Complementing our providers and clinical support team is a business team with decades of medical business acumen that ensures the financial success of the practices.
Our business leadership works in partnership with our clinicians to bring the latest innovations in clinical as well as cosmetic dermatology to our patients.
“Teaming up with Lux Dermatology has simplified my life! They have been sensitive to my needs and now I can focus on my passion, Aesthetic Dermatology.”Find Out More
LUX Dermatology may be a new name to many in the dermatology market place yet its roots go back nearly ten years. LUX got its start through its legacy company, which successfully integrated radiation therapy for the treatment of skin cancer into dermatology practices.
The LUX leadership team saw a need for a new paradigm in providing dermatology services. This new “framework” of how dermatology services should be, focuses on freeing the physician from the stress of running a business to concentrating on providing quality care to the patients.
LUX Dermatology was created with this in mind . . . physicians focused on patients, the business of medicine being managed by professional, skilled administrators, who understand the dermatology market place. The LUX leadership team has over 125 years of healthcare and dermatology practice management experience that turns the clinical power of physicians loose to be clinical leaders in their specialty . . . that’s what LUX is all about. Physicians affiliated with Lux Dermatology can expect the highest quality of turn key management.
Why join LUX Dermatology? Today, the business side of medicine is extremely complicated. Healthcare is regulated with layers upon layers of Federal and State regulations pertaining to human resource management, health and safety of staff and patients, clinical services such as in-house laboratories and pharmacies, managed care contracting . . . and the list goes on and on.
Medical Economics in a December 25, 2017 article laid out the Top 10 issues facing physicians in 2018. Here are some of the points from that article that makes joining LUX an appropriate career decision: