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Bringing Excellence to Dermatology

Welcome to Park Avenue Dermatology. Jacksonville area patients are invited to experience the highest level of medical, surgical and aesthetic dermatologic services to help them look and feel their best. Dr. George Schmieder together with his wife Dr. Mary Schmieder and their clinical team are dedicated to serving their patients at one of four of the center’s elegant state of the art facilities in Orange Park, the greater Jacksonville area and Fleming Island. Beauty is about being comfortable and healthy in your own skin. At our practice we treat patients of all ages and skin types with a multitude of skin conditions.

Dermatology for All Ages

Pediatric, Adult, and Geriatric Dermatology.


Mohs Surgery

Tissue-Sparing, minimally invasive skin cancer surgery


Laser Therapy 

Psoriasis Vitiligo (X-trac* Laser), Wrinkles, and More


What our patients are saying
Latest news
Park Ave Dermatology has released a study, “International Prevalence of Indoor Tanning — A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” Key study takeaways at-a-glance: The number of skin cancer cases due to tanning is higher than the number of lung cancer cases due to smoking. In the US alone, 419,254 cases of skin cancer can be attributed to […]
Medical specialists know that psoriasis is associated with other disorders that fall under the umbrella term “metabolic syndrome.” Several health organizations use varying definitions for diagnosing metabolic syndrome, but according to guidelines developed by the National Cholesterol Education Program, with modifications by the American Heart Association, you have metabolic syndrome if you have three or […]
Principal Investigator Christin Burd, of the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Ohio State University, and colleagues reached their conclusion by testing sunscreen on a genetically engineered mouse model of melanoma. While their results may appear obvious at first glance, the study authors point out that previous research has only been able to test whether sunscreen use […]
A study of women ages 50 to 79 has found that taking aspirin is associated with a lower risk of melanoma skin cancer. This may be welcome news for women who already take a daily aspirin. However, since long-term aspirin use can have serious side effects, aspirin should not be taken regularly without talking to […]

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