As previously mentioned, as of September 6, 2019, I will be closing my New Rochelle medical office and beginning to retire from the practice of holistic dermatology.
I am still actively looking for either a dermatologist with interest in integrative medicine, or an integrative physician with interest in inflammation and dermatology to train to take over my practice. I am excited to announce that there are now two candidates considering training with me in order to take over. Both have excellent capabilities and I am sure would quickly learn my methods. Since we are in preliminary discussions, I am still looking for someone to commit to taking over. If you are, or know of, such a candidate, please be sure to let me know. I will continue to see patients until Thanksgiving with whoever does take over the practice. I will also be available until then for online video follow-up with anyone in current treatment, if needed.
If you are a current or previous patient or coaching client and would like a copy of your medical records sent to you at the same address we have for you, let our office know and be sure to return a call ASAP to inform us exactly what part of your records you want, and arrange for payment. You may need to sign an authorization if it needs to be sent to someone else, or there has been a change in your email or address.
I am honored to have been a part of helping so many people on their healing journey and for each of your commitment to making the effort to heal the underlying causes of your skin problems. Thank you for the privilege, trust and confidence you have placed in me over the years. I look forward to hearing from you with more success stories from our work together.
Wishing you all the best of health.
Alan M Dattner, MD
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