Mike Brown

Physician Assistant

Mike Brown, PA graduated from Duke University in 1970 in the 4th ever graduating class of  physician assistants. Mike helped build and outline the duties of physician assistants in New  York state during the early years of the profession and was the first licensed PA in New York.  He also served as a member of the board of professional medical conduct for the NYS  Department of Health for 12 years.

Mike has an extensive medical background which includes general medicine, rheumatology,  surgery and over 50 years in dermatology. Mike has had substantial training in routine and  complex surgical procedures, including skin cancer removal, surgical flaps, skin grafts and  removal of various moles and cysts. Mike previously served as a substitute investigator for  multiple dermatologic drug trials over the past three decades and has extensive knowledge in  medicinal treatment of various dermatologic conditions.

In addition to his surgical skills Mike is also versed in the use of Botox for the treatment of  hyperhidrosis of the hands, underarms and feet; as well as its use to treat unwanted lines and  wrinkles. He is also trained in Sclerotherapy for the treatment of spider veins.

Mike is passionate about teaching and sharing his knowledge, he currently serves as a clinical  preceptor for the RIT Physician Assistant program and has been involved with training family  medicine residents, nurse practitioners and PAs for the last 40 years.

Mike is retired US Army CW4 with over 23 years of service to his country. In his spare time, he  enjoys hunting, spending time with friends and family and volunteering his time at his local  Moose Lodge.

We’re located at 500 Helendale Rd, Suite 100, in Rochester, NY and open Monday through Friday.

Feel free to call us at 585-266-5420 during regular hours, or write to us confidentially through our website’s secure contact page.