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Dr. DuComb is from Southern Illinois

Dr. Deanna DuComb, MD, is a native of Southern Illinois.  Born in Carlyle, she attended Southern Illinois University - Carbondale and received a bachelors and masters in music performance. She graduated Summa Cumma Laude and was valedictorian. She attended Greenville College for pre-med and attended the University of Illinois School of Medicine. She competed her internship at St. John's Mercy Medical Center, Creve Coeur, MO. Her dermatology residency started at the University of Texas, which included work at M D Anderson Cancer Center. She completed her dermatology residency at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.   She worked for GHP in Minneapolis before moving back to the area to create the first full-time dermatology service at St. Louis University in St. Louis.  She has been a clinical practicing dermatologist for over 20 years.  Currently, her offices are in Carlyle and Mt. Vernon, Illinois.  She is proud to serve the patients in her native area where most of her friends and family reside.

Doctor Sees All Her Patients

Every patients is seen by Dr. DuComb.  There are no Physician Assistants (PA), Nurse Practitioners (NP), employed in our practice.

Answers about Your Skin, Hair, Nails and Mouth

Dr. DuComb sees patients who want complete skin care in southern Illinois.  With offices in Carlyle and Mt. Vernon, her offices are convenient to Centralia Illinois and to those throught the region.  She provides honest and caring answers about their skin, its conditions and problems.  In addition to skin problems, she also sees problems of the hair, nails and mouth.  She takes the time to listen to patients questions and to completely answer them.

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Dr. DuComb is a Fellow of the AAD

The American Academy of Dermatology (www.aad.org ) reserves a full fellowship for members who have completed a dermatology residency of at least 3 years  and has been examined and certified by the American Board of Dermatology.