The High Complexity Service of Dermatology is consolidated in the context of a hospital of the features of the HAC.
The Department of Dermatology is fully integrated into the specialized medical community and dedicated dedicated to provide high complexity assistance to Formosa’s population, region and country.
To interact through interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary with different healthcare providers in a humanized vision of the patient, family and community.
Development of the professional medical activity within a framework of constant commitment towards the general community and the hospital community, taking as a fundamental goal the well-being of the patient, working on the continuous improvement and the development of a committed vocational service.
The strategy to fulfill the mission, vision, philosophy and objectives of the service, is given by the observance of a methodology based on the highest medical quality that integrates assistance, teaching and research actions.
levels of care
1. Level 1: Prevention. Actions to promote and protect dermatological health aimed at patients with severe, chronic and immunosuppressed diseases.
2. Level 2: Early diagnosis. Pathology search actions (especially oncological) in patients with risk factors and markers.
3. Level 3: Tratamiento específico y de sostén. Specific therapeutic actions on high complexity dermatological pathologies or other pathologies in patients with complex management.
4. Level 4: Rehabilitación y Prevención. Actions linked to the reintegration of the patient to the community and his family after the therapy, tending to the adherence to the programmed supervised controls, the skin - self-care, mucous membranes, and the development of warning patterns to prevent new complications and relapses.
The Dermatology Service of the HAC is organized into sections:
1. Oncodermatology and Transplantation
2. Complex pediatric dermatology
4. Dermatological Surgery and Interventional Dermatology (special practices at the procedure room: cryosurgery, excisional and incisional biopsies, shaving, punch, curettage, destruction with chemical substances) Dermatoscopy.
• Basal Cell Carcinoma
• Squamous Cell Carcinoma
• Malignant Melanoma
• Preneoplastic diseases
• Cutaneous Lymphomas
• Pemphigus vulgaris
• Lupus Erythematosus
• Vascular Malformations and Hemangiomas
• Neurocutaneous syndromes: Neurofibromatosis type 1, tuberous sclerosis, Hypomelanosis of Ito
• Axillary, palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis
• Recalcitrant Atopic Dermatitis