Maitland, FL – ADCS Clinics (“ADCS”) announced it has completed the acquisition of Towson Dermatology & Cosmetic Center in Towson, Maryland; a dermatology practice founded by Dr. Israel S. Eckman who is Board Certified in Dermatology.
Dr. Israel S Eckman is an Assistant professor of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr Eckman is a board certified dermatologist and a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Eckman graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island and received his medical degree from Tufts University school of Medicine in Boston, MA. Following an internship in New York University Medical Center, Dr. Eckman completed his dermatology residency training at University of Buffalo in Buffalo, NY. Following residency, Dr. Eckman joined the full time faculty at the Johns Hopkins department of dermatology and was primarily involved in clinical research and supervising resident training. Dr. Eckman established his private practice in 2001 and opened the Towson Dermatology & Cosmetic Center in 2006 to provide innovative and comprehensive dermatologic and skin care to his patients. Dr. Eckman’s expertise includes the detection and management of skin cancer and the treatment of skin disorders in both pediatric and adult patients. Dr. Eckman has participated in skin cancer screenings for the Baltimore Orioles in combination with the American Academy of Dermatology Play it Safe in the Sun program and has been a sought after speaker on the topic of skin cancer detection and prevention.
Dr. Matt Leavitt, Founder and CEO of ADCS, said, “We are very excited to add Dr. Eckman to our team. He is a brilliant dermatologist with high regards from his peers in both clinical research and skin cancer management. He has strong ties to the to the local community with a mission to provide the highest quality skin care to each individual patient.”
“This acquisition continues our national expansion and more specifically our presence in the Mid-Atlantic area after our last acquisition in Pennsylvania.” said Dave Morell, President of ADCS.