Joe Overman II, MD

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Admired for his surgical expertise and engaging bedside manner, Dr. Joe Overman is a board-certified dermatologist and fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon. He specializes in Mohs micrographic surgery and reconstruction for the treatment of skin cancer. Dr Overman combines patient-centered dermatologic care with evidence-based medicine to provide the best outcomes for his patients with skin cancer.

Dr. Overman completed his Mohs Micrographic and Reconstructive Surgery fellowship at Oregon Health Science University in Portland, Oregon. He has performed over 4,000 Mohs surgeries to date and has many publications to his credit. He is board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology and he is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American College of Mohs Surgeons, and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery.

Dr. Overman graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Tennessee with a double major in chemistry and physics. He graduated medical school at the top of his class from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center then finished a year of internal medicine at Baptist Health in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Overman completed his dermatology residency at Boston University where he was recognized as a talented surgeon.

Dr. Overman spends most of his free time in the outdoors hiking, biking, kayaking, camping, snowboarding, and adventuring with his long-haired German Shepherd, Koda.

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"Knowledgeable and caring doctors and staff.  Covid protocols are being followed.  I tend to get skin cancer frequently and doctors and staff have helped me manage it with Mohs surgery and other treatments. Doctors and staff are easy to talk to and keep a patient informed about diagnoses, procedures and outcomes."
- Ron S.

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