Clifford has been a practicing Physician Assistant since 1997, and has been providing dermatology care since 2004. He has served as a clinical preceptor for PA and nursing students, furthered clinical research as Principal Investigator for ESPIRT and CORRONA Psoriasis registries and educated medical professionals on dermatology-specific medications.

The southwestern Pennsylvania native was a U.S. Navy Corpsman and served from 1982-92, spending time on various Naval Ships and in Naval Hospitals. He graduated from cardiopulmonary school at the Naval Hospital in Bethesda, received his BS from the University of Maryland, College Park, and his MS in Health Sciences as a Physician Assistant from George Washington University in 1997.

Clifford is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, and a Diplomate Fellow of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants. When not working, he enjoys triathlons, exercise, travel, bonsai, drum corps and has taken up windsurfing since moving to Annapolis.




"Quick and efficient getting me into the office and being seen. The assistant was great and the Dr was great as well. Quick exam, quick diagnosis and straight to the point with the treatment. They will be my go to for dermatology."


"The office staff were incredible, I would say the most polite and compassionate people I have ever met in a healthcare facility. Mr. Clifford was fine, it was my first visit with him. He was very thorough in explaining everything to me, examining my skin and making sure all of my questions were answered. He did a biopsy and he told me every step of the way what he was doing and I certainly appreciate that."


"Dr. Amos reviewed the areas of concern that I had on my skin and reassured me that most of those areas were not an issue for cancer. The one spot was doubtful and for that reason he took a biopsy. I couldn't have expected anything more. He was cordial and caring."


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