Stow mayor cuts ribbon at Summit Dermatology grand opening
|Photo courtesy of Unity Health Network|
More than 50 community leaders, patients and physicians were treated to catered food and a full-service bar during the three-hour open house. Dr. Thomas Myers, lead physician at Summit Dermatology, showed guests around his office and exam rooms.
“The open house gave me a chance to connect with many of the highly involved members of the wonderful Stow community,” Myers said. “I’m fortunate to play a part in improving the overall skin health in Stow, Akron, Cuyahoga Falls and the surrounding areas.”
After earning his undergraduate degree from Kent State University, Myers earned his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from the University of Health Sciences, now known as Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. The opening of Summit Dermatology marks his return to Northeast Ohio after many years of practice in Southwest Virginia.
Located at 4465 Darrow Road, Summit Dermatology offers skin cancer screenings, diagnosis and treatment. Myers provides treatment options for chronic and complicated skin disorders, as well as diseases of the skin, hair and nails, including cosmetic and surgical services. He is currently accepting next-day and same-day appointments.
Shown above, from left, are Debbie Rice, Marlene Stone and Nikki Minnis, of Unity Health Network; Sue Kithcart, of Western Reserve Health System; Kathy Romito, of Western Reserve Hospital; Myers; Gina Myers; Drew; Brian Myers, of Western Reserve Health System; Lindsay Hailer, of North Akron Savings Bank/Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; Doris Stewart, of the Stow Chamber of Commerce; and John Pribonic, of Acme Fresh Market/Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber Board.
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