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611 Sherman Ave. East, Fort Atkinson WI 53538
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Our Manager
Kassy Smith
Please call the clinic or use your MyCompass account for all routine requests. If you have a compliment or concern, please fill out the Contact Us form at the top of the page.

Fort HealthCare Dermatology serves patients interested in improving or maintaining the condition of their skin. Common conditions such as itching, soreness, scaling and burning, while not life threatening, are annoying, affect appearance, and can result in self-consciousness and embarrassment. More serious diseases such as malignant melanomas and lymphomas demand immediate attention and treatment.

Dermatology has entered a new phase in cancer diagnosis and treatment that will rely heavily on a new set of molecular testing and targeted and personalized treatment. For the first time in approximately 20 years, two new medications have been approved for treating melanoma and a new genetic test for melanoma classification has also been approved. There is also new medication for treating advanced basal cell carcinoma, and many new tools for earlier diagnosis of skin cancer.

Some of the many conditions we can help with include:

  • Acne – Acne is a disorder of the hair follicles and oil glands (sebaceous glands). When the glands get clogged, it can lead to pimples and cysts.
  • Allergies – Allergic disease is one of the most common chronic health conditions in the world. Symptoms range from mild to serious life-threatening allergic reactions.
  • Psoriasis – Psoriasis is a long-term (chronic) skin condition. It causes inflamed, red, raised areas of skin, and often occurs on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back.
  • Eczema – Atopic dermatitis (Eczema) is a long-term (chronic) skin disorder that causes dry, itchy, scaly patches.
  • Rashes – Many types of skin inflammations (rashes) require clinical care by a physician or other health care professional.
  • Rosacea – Rosacea is an ongoing (chronic) skin condition that causes redness, pimples, and broken blood vessels. It most often affects the face and eyes.
  • Contact Dermatitis – Contact dermatitis is a reaction that happens after your skin comes in direct contact with certain substances, irritants, or allergens.
  • Hidradenitis Suppurativa – HS (Hidradenitis suppurativa) is an immune disease that causes recurring boils in the folds of your skin. Usually that means your armpits, groin, stomach, and/or buttocks.
  • Moles and Lesions – Moles are small, colored marks on the skin. Moles most often aren’t cancer (benign) and are harmless, but some moles become cancer (malignant).
  • MOHS Surgery – MOHS surgery is used to treat certain kinds of skin cancer. This surgery is done in stages and the goal is to leave as much healthy skin as possible.
  • Skin Cancer – Skin cancer develops in the cells of the skin and often appears as a lesion. There are several types of skin cancer.
    (Basal Cell Carcinoma, Melanoma, Squamous Cell Skin Cancer)

Some of the many services we provide:

  • Biologics – A biologic is an important treatment option for people with moderate-to-severe psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, or both. For many people, taking a biologic was life changing because it helped control their symptoms when other treatments failed.
  • Full Body Skin Mapping – Skin mapping is a complete system for identifying newly emergent pigmentation marks and diagnosing changes in existing lesions, using digital photo-documentation. The simple process relies on two, fixed-positioned cameras that provide a simultaneous photograph that allows for a 360 view of the body.
  • UV Light Skin Treatments – UV light shuts down immune system cells in the skin. It can help in skin conditions that are caused by an overreaction of the immune system. The treatment can slow rapidly growing skin cells, suppress an overly active immune system, reduce inflammation, and allow the skin to heal, and reduce or eliminate itch.


Robert J. Glinert, MD

Accepting New Patients

Martin M. Okun, MD

Accepting New Patients
Mole Mapping Handout
Download an informative Mole Mapping handout from the American Academy of Dermatology.
American Academy of Dermatology Website
Visit the American Academy of Dermatology website to learn about Dermatology, diseases and conditions, everyday skin care, and cosmetic treatments.