Dr. Kimberly Moskowitz is a world renowned Physician, lecturer, and author. She received her Masters degree in physiology and her Medical Degree from Georgetown University. She performed her internship at the prestigious Washington Hospital Center in the heart of Washington, D.C. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Georgetown University Hospital. During her Residency training she also focused on Cosmetic & Clinical Dermatology.
In 2003, she was selected to be the lead Physician for the prestigious American Vein Institute located just outside of Washington D.C. She was one of the first physicians in the Washington D.C. area to perform non-surgical closure of varicose veins using EVLT (Endovenous Laser Treatment) combined with sclerotherapy. She received additional training in Endovenous Laser Closure techniques at Harvard’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital. She is a leading expert in the field of vein disorders known as Phlebology. In July 2008, Dr. Moskowitz passed the first ever board certification exam for Phlebology. She is honored as one of only 248 Physicians nationwide to become Board-Certified in Phlebology
She is also Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. She is a member of the American College of Phlebology and the American Medical Association. Dr. Moskowitz relocated from the busy Washington D.C. area to enjoy her career, her family, and her life on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico in Panama City Beach, Florida. Her vast knowledge and experience in Dermatology, Phlebology, and Internal Medicine allow her to address a wide array of medical and cosmetic needs. Her experience in dermatologic procedures ranges from common medical concerns such as acne, rosacea, and skin cancer to Botox, dermal fillers, Fraxel™ skin resurfacing, photorejuvenation & laser hair removal. She has spent a decade researching anti-aging skin-care medicine. She and her staff are proud to use only state-of-the art technology and products.
Dr. Moskowitz makes regular television appearances discussing the endovenous closure (EVLT) of varicose veins and other “cutting edge” skin and vein technologies. She is deeply involved in her community where she served as Chairman of Bay County, Florida’s 2006 Cattle Baron’s Ball for the American Cancer Society. As the 3rd largest Cattle Baron’s Ball in the State of Florida, she helped raise 198K for cancer prevention, education, and research.
She is passionate about sharing her knowledge with others and volunteers her time writing and giving lectures in the community on topics involving vein disorders, skin diseases, and other medical issues. As a free-lance author, she has published numerous educational articles featuring hot topics in the fields of Cosmetic & Medical Dermatology, Phlebology, and Internal Medicine. She was recently honored by being selected as the “Emerald Lady” by one of Gulf Coast’s leading magazines, The Emerald Ladies Journal.
“I start each day grateful for my two beautiful children, prayerful that my family, staff and patients are happy and well, and hopeful that I can help make the world a better place.”
*The specialty recognition identified herein has been received from a private organization not affiliated with or recognized by the Florida Board of Medicine.