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Dr. Hooman Khorasani, MD

Procedural Dermatology Specialist, Dermatologist

Professional statement

Dr. Hooman Khorasani is a double board-certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon practicing at Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City. Dr. Khorasani graduated summa cum laude from UCLA and graduated in the top 5% of his medical school with highest distinction from the University of Southern California. After medical school, Dr. Khorasani completed an internship in general surgery at the USC-LA County Hospital, gaining extensive exposure to trauma and reconstructive surgery. He then completed a research fellowship in plastic surgery at the University of Southern California School of Medicine where he studied minimal scar wound repair. Dr. Khorasani served as chief resident and completed his dermatology residency at NYMC Metropolitan Hospital and Montefiore North in New York City. After his residency, he completed a fellowship in procedural dermatology and Mohs micrographic surgery at the Mount Sinai Medical Center where he had additional training in skin cancer surgery, reconstructive surgery and cosmetic surgery. He completed a fellowship in Mohs and procedural dermatology and has received specialized training in the screening and management of advanced skin cancer. He is a leader in Mohs micrographic surgery and reconstructive surgery following Mohs. As one of the co-founders of the Tisch Institute for Melanoma and Skin Cancer Center at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Dr. Khorasani is constantly overseeing clinical trials for skin cancer therapy. He is also a fellowship-trained cosmetic surgeon with experience in performing cosmetic procedures, such as liposuction, laser procedures, scar revisions, blepharoplasty (eye lift), filler, Botox and fat injections. Dr. Khorasani is the chief of the division of Mohs, reconstructive, and cosmetic surgery at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology (Procedural Dermatology) and the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery (Dermatologic Cosmetic Surgery). As the co-director of the Mohs/Procedural Dermatology fellowship and the Director of Dermatologic Surgery Education at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Dr. Khorasani is actively involved in teaching surgical and cosmetic procedures to residents and fellows from all over the world. Dr. Khorasani is also a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Academy of Dermatology and the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology.

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Specialties

  • Dermatologist
  • Procedural Dermatology Specialist

Practice names

Hospital affiliations

  • The Mount Sinai Hospital

Board certifications

  • American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
  • American Board of Dermatology

Education and training

  • New York Medical College, Metropolitan Hospital Center, Residency in Dermatology
  • University of Southern California, Fellowship in Plastic Surgery
  • Mount Sinai Medical Center, Fellowship in Procedural Dermatology and Mohs Micrographic Surgery
  • Mount Sinai Medical Center, Fellowship in Mohs and Procedural Dermatology
  • Montefiore Medical Center, Residency in Dermatology
  • Los Angeles County+University of Southern California Medical Center, Internship in General Surgery
  • Medical School - University of Southern California, Doctor of Medicine

Professional memberships

  • American Academy of Dermatology
  • American Society of Dermatologic Surgery

Awards and publications

  • Co-founder of the Tisch Institute for Melanoma and Skin Cancer Center at Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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Languages spoken

  • English

Provider's gender

Male

NPI number

1083873517

Office locations

Schweiger Dermatology Group

Broadway

1727 Broadway, Floor 2

New York, NY 10019

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Would not have come in to have a biopsy done on a mole on my face. I’d been told by the doctor last year (when I saw him for a fraxel and he happened to notice what could’ve been signs ofmelanoma on a mole on my cheek) that the biopsy would be considered preventative and covered by insurance. With this knowledge, I had the biopsy done, only to receive a bill a few weeks later notifying me I now have to pay for the office visit and the biopsy, neither of which was considered preventative by my insurance. Definitely wouldn’t have had the procedure if I’d known the cost upfront.
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Picasso with a scalpel. Wonderful surgeon and human being
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Always great. First-rate physician
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He was great. Very personable and explained everything well.
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Dr. Khorasani is the best of the best! I couldn't be happier with my experience with him! I am young and discovered I had evolving melanoma and two precancerous spots, which can be a scary emotional experience but Dr. Khorasani waswith me every step of the way! He explained everything I needed to know. I had full trust in him and am pleased with the results. I am moving from NY and if I have anything serious occur in the future I would make a trip for his care. I can't thank him enough, he's the best!
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I saw this doctor at Schweiger Dermatology Group. Despite the fact that I had gone over my insurance information over the phone, sent all the referrals, they kept me waiting for over an hour before they would clear me to seethe doctor. Very effective financial screening. When I was eventually seen by a medical person, I was asked 3 questions: You don't have any medical history like heart attack or diabetes, right? Do you have any history of skin cancer in your family? (When I said yes but was not sure of the type she said, it didn't matter.) and then as she was leaving said--oh yes, are you allergic to anything? The doctor came and did not ask me anything at all but gave me a lecture on MOHS surgery. I mean literally did not ask me one medical question about either my health or the specific condition. When I mentioned my dissatisfaction with the office he offered to see me in another clinical setting and said he did not have much control over things at this office. Left with no confidence in the office or the doctor. I'd steer clear of both if you are looking for skin cancer treatment.
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Dr. Khorasani explained everything to me and was absolutely lovely. I knew I was in the right hands for my Mohs surgery and I feel confident about my results. Very pleased with my appointment today. I would highly recommend Dr. Khorasani! Everyone in the office was lovely.
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Went in for a minor procedure for Mohs surgery and it took all day. He and staff are polite but I won't go back to him again since office must be totally disorganized for it to have taken all day
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I liked the doctor very much. Am pleased with use of fillers.
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