Welcome to Anacortes Dermatology. We are the only independent, locally owned and operated dermatology practice in Skagit County.
We offer both Telehealth (virtual) visits and in-person appointments.
If you are searching for a dermatologist near Anacortes, you have arrived at the right place. We provide unparalleled and customized treatments for medical, surgical, and aesthetic dermatology in a practical no-frills manner. We treat patients of all ages. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Anacortes (the 'gateway' to the San Juan Islands). We provide medical and surgical treatment for skin disorders of the hair and nails. Along with traditional surgical treatments, we offer Mohs Micrographic Surgery, as well as non-invasive, and minimally invasive, treatments for skin cancer. On the aesthetic side, we perform laser hair removal, laser treatments for rosacea, blood vessels, sun spots, chemical peels, Intense Pulsed Light, and surgical correction of eyelid aging.
Our dermatologist, Wirt (Andy) Hines Ph.D., M.D., is double board certified in both medical dermatology, and Micrographic Skin Surgery. He has experience in nearly every aspect of medical, surgical, and aesthetic treatment of skin disorders. Dr. Hines is frequently asked to educate our community on disorders of the skin (click here for a sample article in the Anacortes American), and actively engages our community through volunteer work. Dr. Hines instructs the Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (ARNP's) in dermatology for the University in Seattle.
Dr. Hines is a past President of the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Skagit County, which is the largest grassroots organization in the USA to provide support and education for those with mental illness and their families. Dr. Hines was also on the Advisory Board of Directors for Compass Health and the PACT Program (Program for Assertive Community Treatment). Compass Health is the #1 provider for mental health in Skagit County.
Dr. Hines is vice president of the Skagit-Island County Medical Society and a voting delegate for the Washington State Medical Association.