Rush Medical College, Chicago
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (Internal Medicine)
Washington University, St. Louis, MO (Dermatology)
American Board of Dermatology
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
American Board of Dermatology Certification in Mohs Micrographic Dermatologic Surgery
Harvard Medical School - Cutaneous Oncology
University of Michigan - Allergy & Immunology
“Medicine is all about caring. It is the people we meet along the way that make the practice of medicine so humbling and fulfilling.”
Dr. Glinert is certified in dermatology, allergy and immunology, and internal medicine. Dr. Glinert has been recognized several times in Madison Magazine’s biennial “Best Doctors in Dane County” listing.
In 2013, Robert Glinert, MD completed his Fellowship training in cutaneous oncology (skin cancer) at Harvard University Medical Center in Boston. His training provides him with many new skills in treating his patients, and he uses the latest developments in treating a variety of other common skin diseases, too.
Dr. Glinert cares for 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.
“Away from work, my favorite thing is spending time with my wife, children, family and friends. I enjoy sports, woodworking, dogs and reading.”
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:
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*Please note, there will be no walk-in clinic on August 3rd, September 7th or October 5th
611 Sherman Ave. East
Fort Atkinson WI, 53538