Dr. Kimberly Arrington, MD
Dr. Kimberly Arrington specializes in dermatology and is excited to be a part of the Synergy multispecialty practice serving Vienna, Tysons, and the greater Tysons area. She trained in dermatology and internal medicine and is available for exams and consultations in both English and Spanish. Dr. Arrington graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree after double majoring in exercise science and psychology. She completed her master’s degree in biomedical sciences at Barry University. After medical school, she received her post-graduate training in Internal Medicine and Dermatology at Georgetown's Washington Hospital Center. She has published a variety of research articles in addition to writing a chapter in a dermatology textbook. Dr. Arrington's medical interests includes geriatric and adolescent dermatology, hair loss, and wellness. She has been trained and certified in aesthetic medicine including lasers, chemical peels, Botox, and facial fillers. Dr. Arrington’s deep-seated passion for skin care stems from her desire to help others and make them feel and look their best. She is sensitive to the uniqueness of each patient's situation and adapts her consultations and treatment options appropriately to accommodate individual needs and concerns. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering at her church and spending time with her spouse and children. PLEASE NOTE: If you are making an appointment with Dr. Arrington for a new problem that she has not seen you for before, please select "New Patient" in Zocdoc. Otherwise, the appointment time will not be accurately reflected in the schedule and might need to be rescheduled. Thank you.
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Education and training
- Medical School - George Washington University, Doctor of Medicine
- Washington Hospital Center, Residency in Dermatology
- Washington Hospital Center, Residency in Internal Medicine
- National Society of Health Coaches
Awards and publications
- Capers, K. Identifying the Correlation Between Pseudo-bulbar Impairment and Cognitive Impairment in Primary Lateral Sclerosis. Fusion. 2008 Mar; 2(Spring):29-30.
- Capers, K. (2007, August). Identifying the Correlation Between Pseudo-bulbar Impairment and Cognitive Impairment in Primary Lateral Sclerosis. Poster presented at: National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD.
- K.C. Arrington, “Psoriasis and Pustular Psoriasis,” in Essential Dermatology in Pigmented Skin, A. Lugo-Somolinos, and L. McKinley-Grant, Eds. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011, pp. 335-342.
- Wenk KS, Arrington KC, Ehrlich A. Psoriasis and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology. 2011;25(4):383-391.
- Placental Histology of Spontaneous Second Trimester Loss. Benito C, Vostrovsky E, Day-Salvatore D, Shen-Schwarz S, Capers K, Sulewski A. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2001; 185(6):S118.
Synergy Immediate Care
1980 Gallows Rd, 2nd Floor (Dermatology)
Tysons, VA 22182