Lauren M. Fisher, PA-C

Cosmetic Dermatology Injector and General Dermatology

Lauren M. Fisher, PA-C

Lauren Fisher, PA-C is a certified physician assistant and senior cosmetic laser practitioner with over a decade of experience in the field of dermatology.  Lauren completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia where she earned her bachelor’s degree in biology in 2005. She then attended George Washington University where she completed the Physician Assistant program and earned her Master’s of Science in Health Science in 2008.

Prior to joining Skin Cancer Specialists, P.C. & Aesthetic Center, Lauren practiced dermatology at offices in both the Atlanta and Washington, D.C. areas.  Lauren enjoys the diversity that dermatology has to offer and has expertise in evaluating and treating a broad range of dermatologic and surgical conditions.  She also offers a wide array of cosmetic and anti-aging treatments in order to help her patients feel like the best version of themselves.  Lauren has a special interest in psoriasis, eczema, teenage acne, skin cancer, and aesthetic medicine.

She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and is licensed by the Georgia Composite Medical Board. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Georgia Academy of Physician Assistants, the National Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, and the Georgia Association of Dermatology Physician Assistants.

Lauren grew up in Johns Creek, GA and now resides in Milton with her husband and three little boys.  In her spare time, Lauren enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and playing tennis.

What is a Physician Assistant (PA)?

Physician Assistants (PA’s) are health care professionals licensed to practice medicine with physician supervision. PA’s are educated and trained in the medical model, which is designed to complement physician training, at nationally accredited Physician Assistant programs. Following graduation from an accredited program, a PA must pass a national examination in order to become certified by the NCCPA (National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants) and in order to receive a state license to practice. PA’s conduct physical examinations, order and interpret tests, and provide a broad range of both diagnostic and therapeutic services that include writing prescriptions and performing procedures.

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