In spirit of giving, Tampa dermatologist donates time, services at local health clinic

Dr. Seth Forman volunteers regularly at the Judeo Christian Health Clinic
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(PR NewsChannel) / December 25, 2013 / TAMPA, Fla. 

Tampa dermatologist Forman dermatology and skin cancer instituteIn the midst of rising healthcare costs and a tough economy, more people are starting to rely on free services provided by local health clinics. Providing free services to Hillsborough county residents, the Judeo Christian Health Clinic regularly depends on medical volunteers, like Tampa dermatologist Dr. Seth Forman to treat patients.

Once a month, Forman takes a break from Forman Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute in Carrollwood to assist patients at the Judeo Christian Health Clinic with their skin-related problems.

“One of the main reasons I became a doctor was to help people,” says the Tampa dermatologist. “I look forward to coming to the health clinic every month. It is always rewarding to provide help to people in need.”

Forman has treated patients at the clinic who have been diagnosed with various skin-related conditions, such as melanoma, lupus and alopecia areata.

In addition to dermatology services, the Judeo Christian Health Clinic offers various types of medical assistance to its patients. Those who visit the health clinic do not qualify for Medicaid because they may make too much money, but their jobs that do not provide them with healthcare.

For more information on the Judeo Christian Health Clinic, including the clinic’s hours, please visit

For more on Dr. Seth Forman, Tampa dermatology or Forman Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute, please visit

About Dr. Seth Forman: Dr. Forman is a board-certified dermatologist practicing in Tampa, Florida. He was voted the “Best Dermatologist in Carrollwood” in 2011, 2012 and 2013 by the Carrollwood News and Tribune as well as the 2013 “Best Dermatologist in North Tampa” by the Tampa Tribune. In December 2011, he opened his new Tampa dermatology office, Forman Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute, where he gives psoriasis sufferers access to the latest treatment options, including topical and oral medications, as well as biological and phototherapy. Dr. Forman is one of the few Tampa dermatologists to offer narrowband light therapy, which uses pharmaceutical grade light to suppress psoriasis. He’s also one of the few board-certified dermatologists in the U.S. to use the SRT-100 radiotherapy to treat basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer.

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