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Qualifications and Experience
Alexis T. Curreri, MD attended Jefferson Medical College where she graduated magna cum laude and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical honor society. She completed her internal medicine internship at Lankenau Medical Center before moving to Brooklyn, NY for her Dermatology residency. She trained at SUNY Downstate where she served as chief resident. Dr. Curreri is board certified by the American Board of Dermatology and is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Curreri provides complete dermatologic care including medical, surgical, and cosmetic services. She enjoys seeing both pediatric as well as adult patients. Additionally she has a special interest in anti-aging techniques, including neuromodulators and filler. Dr. Curreri was raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She graduated from The Lawrenceville School before attending Duke University, where she graduated cum laude. She currently lives in Wayne with her husband and 2 young children.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Curreri was pleasant, knowledgeable and listened to us. She explained in detail our options and we left feeling like we had a good plan in place
I was extremely pleased with my whole experience. I was able to fill out all the paperwork ahead of time. The staff was very friendly. I will be recommending this practice to friends and family.
My daughter loved the doctor. She finally has h o p.s. that her acne may be gone.
She was friendly and informative
Everyone in the office was very professional. I was seen on time, was able to check in online. Both the doctor and her assistant were very thorough and made sure I understood the procedure and any follow up information.
Dr. Curreri was very friendly and professional. Quickly diagnosed my issue. was very thorough. I recommend
She was great, honest, thorough and helpful.
I would highly recommended Dr Curreri i felt comfortable asking question and telling her my concern..
The visit was great. Dr. Curreri was wonderful. But all the information that I submitted online before my visit via zocdoc was not at the office so I had to fill out paperwork when I got there anyway. I don't know why I had to go through the effort of submitting my person/medical information online if i just had to resubmit it in person at the office. On that note, where did all of my sensitive information go anyway if it wasn't available to the doctor's staff? Feeling insecure about zoc doc and the process of scheduling an appointment online. I'll call for an appointment next time I need a new provider.