DermOne Announces Dr. Raman Madan to Join Middletown Location

MIDDLETOWN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DermOne Dermatology Associates of the Garden State, P.C. announced today that board-eligible dermatologist Dr. Raman Madan has joined the Middletown location and will begin seeing patients September 11, 2017.

Dr. Madan most recently practiced in Manhattan, as Chief Dermatology Resident of SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and also trained at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. He will provide medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services, as well as allergy-patch testing. Dr. Madan received his Bachelor’s degree in pre-medical science from Lehigh University and earned his medical degree from Drexel University.

“Each patient is different, and I truly enjoy developing individual treatment plans that work specifically for their needs and preferences,” shared Dr. Madan. “I am thrilled to be joining the DermOne team.”

Dr. Madan has published several studies in peer-reviewed journals, focusing on holistic treatments. He is also an active volunteer, performing skin checks at events held by the Mets, Yankees and Susan G. Komen Association.

To make an appointment with Dr. Madan, please call (800) Derm-One or complete the online form at

About DermOne Dermatology Associates of the Garden State, P.C.:

DermOne Dermatology Associates of the Garden State provides comprehensive medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology services. DermOne affiliated physicians excel at treating the full spectrum of conditions of the skin, hair and nails. Their commitment is to provide patients with the safest, most effective treatments and an unparalleled patient experience. DermOne affiliated physicians are part of a professional, evidence-based community in which physicians are able to focus on providing exceptional patient care while enjoying the financial rewards of their practice. That’s because DermOne manages the day-to-day administrative necessities of the practice, allowing the physicians’ focus to be on delivering excellent patient care and outcomes.