Welcome to Westwood Dermatology

Our comprehensive dermatology practice treats a wide range of general, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology problems relating to diseases of the skin, hair, and nails.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

    Dr. Nychay is awesome. He is caring & his utmost concern when listening & responding to my concerns were comforting. His precision & attention to detail, do not go unnoticed. He is both kind, honest, realistic & professional. Dr. The facility is modern, spotlessly clean & welcoming. The nurses & patient coordinators are incredible & encourage you to call. I would highly recommend Dr. Nychay & Westwood Dermatology Group to my family and friends.

    Kim M P. (Park Ridge, NJ)

    Great doctor and so caring I feel so confident that she’s doing the right thing for me I’ve been using Dr. Maso for 30 years wouldn’t be without her I recommend her to all.

    Carol (Fort Lee, NJ)

    I am an RN and have been to a quite a few doctors and dermatologists in Bergen County because I have 3 children. I just have to say that Dr. Jonathan Blume is the most concerned and caring Doctor that you may encounter. My 16 year old was on Accutane so he had to see her often over the past year. He even called me on a Saturday to advise me of a concern he had over his inclination that she had PCOS. After further testing, she did have it but only because he took the time and truly cares about pa

    Mary Beth H. (Wyckoff, NJ)

    My experience with Dr. Molinaro was excellent. After arriving I was seen within 10 minutes. I went to him for a full body mole check and he was very thorough. He took the time to discuss any skin issues I was experiencing and he was very kind and personable. I really enjoyed my experience here and would recommend Dr. Molinaro.

    Anonymous (NJ)

    I was recommended to Doctor Ghazi by my boss. She makes you feel very comfortable and she is very thorough. As painless and quick as a procedure can be. Quick follow up with results. Best dermatologist I ever had.

    Anonymous (NJ)

    Dr. Gonzalez is very thorough and easy to talk with. I have used a few Dermatologists and she is by far the best.

    Mary Jean (Woodcliff Lake, NJ )

    Dr. Possick is wonderful, caring and knows his stuff. He has over 40 years of experience. My whole family sees him for a variety of problems. I have seen him for acne and yearly skin checks – skin spots removed for checking, my husband has seen him for moles, discolorations, etc and my son sees him for eczema. He is wonderful with it all and I would not see anyone else.

    Anonymous (NJ)

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Westwood Dermatology Group Main Office

Phone: (201) 666-9550 - Fax: (201) 666-1251

Monday:

6:00am-5:00pm

Tuesday:

6:00am-5:00pm

Wednesday:

6:00am-5:00pm

Thursday:

6:00am-5:00pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Westwood Dermatology Surgical Suite

Phone: (201) 857-5620 - Fax: (201) 857-5562

Monday:

8:00am-4:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am-4:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am-4:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am-4:00pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Effective Monday, March 23, 2020

WESTWOOD DERMATOLOGY IS CURRENTLY OPEN, MONDAY THRU THURSDAY, 6 AM – 5 PM. WE ARE CLOSED FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

OUR PHYSICIANS AND STAFF ARE TAKING EXTREME SAFETY MEASURES TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF EVERYONE. WE ARE RESPECTING SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES AND ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE WITH THE SCHEDULING PROCESS AND PHONE ACTIVITY DURING THESE TRYING TIMES.

TELEHEALTH APPOINTMENTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE AND CAN BE MADE BY CALLING OUR OFFICE. THE PHONES ARE AVAILABLE FOR APPOINTMENTS, REFILLS AND QUESTIONS BETWEEN 7 AND 4:30 MONDAY-THURSDAY.

Below you will find the steps our office is taking to ensure the safety of our patients.

– All patients will be contacted by telephone a few days prior to their appointment to be triaged and confirmed. At that time, you will be given a number to call when you arrive at our office. Patients are to remain in their vehicles and will be instructed to enter the building as soon as a clean exam room becomes available.

– Patients coming into the building will be directed to their appointments by one of our staff members in the lobby and at that time, all patients and family members will have their temperature taken.

– In order to limit the amount of people in the building, all patients are to be unaccompanied, with the exception of minors and those requiring the assistance of a caregiver or translator.

– Westwood Dermatology requires that every person entering the building wear a face mask for the duration of their visit and keep it on until you have exited the building.

– All staff members will be wearing masks and appropriate PPE and will be taking every possible step to ensure the safety of our patients and employees.

– All exam rooms will be cleaned and disinfected before and after every patient visit. Waiting room areas will be cleaned several times a day, although, waiting rooms will only be used for a very limited amount of patients and only if we need to.

– Doorknobs, desks, counters and all high touch areas of the office will be cleaned repeatedly throughout the day.

– Hand sanitizer will be readily available throughout the office as well as the bathroom facilities.

– We understand that some patients do not feel comfortable coming to the office to be seen. We will continue to offer Telemedicine appointments to accommodate those who would prefer an alternative.

DUE TO THIS ONGOING CORONVIRUS PANDEMIC, IF YOU ANSWER YES TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS, PLEASE RESCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT AT THIS TIME. YOU WILL NOT BE PENALIZED.

Have you traveled by plane or traveled from a state this is experiencing a coronavirus rise in the last two weeks?

Have you had a fever within the last 14 days?

Do you have any other flu-like symptoms such as unusual fatigue, headache, runny nose, rash on toes, sore throat, body aches, cough, difficulty breathing, eye conjunctivitis or diarrhea or urinary frequency?

Have you lost your sense of smell and/or taste?

Have you been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for the COVID-19 VIRUS in the last 14-21 days?

If you have been directly exposed to someone with confirmed or suspected Coronavirus and have been told to self-quarantine, please do not come to our office.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION DURING THESE TRYING TIMES.