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Scott Paviol, MD

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Board Certified Dermatologist in Charlotte, NC

Dr. Paviol was born in Pennsylvania and graduated from Franklin and Marshall College magna cum laude. He was accepted into medical school at the Penn State College of Medicine following his sophomore year in college. Upon graduating from medical school, he completed his internship at Scripps Hospital in San Diego, California, and then completed his advance dermatology residency at the University of Michigan, which is ranked as a top-five dermatology program in the country. While at the University of Michigan, Dr. Paviol received specialized training in all types of skin cancers, including melanoma and more rare skin cancers such as Merkel cell carcinoma and cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. Dr. Paviol's training also included skin rashes, autoimmune skin diseases, blistering skin diseases, eczema, acne, psoriasis, and benign skin growths. He is also a graduate of the North Carolina Medical Society's (NCMS) Health Care and Leadership Management (HCLM) program and Leadership College (LC), and is currently the Vice President of Mecklenburg County Medical Society (MCMS).

In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Paviol serves as an adjunct professor at Campbell University. He also hosts rotating physician assistant students from Wake Forest University and hosts leadership workshops for Wake Forest University's Future Leaders Program.

As an expert dermatologist, Dr. Paviol has been featured in numerous publications, including Men's Health and The Wall Street Journal. He also received The Charlotte Observer's 2021 Best Dermatology Practice and Charlotte Magazine's Best of Business (BOB) Award for the best dermatologist. 

Dr. Paviol had been working as part of Piedmont Healthcare in the Lake Norman area, but has recently moved his office to Cotswold with his wife Heather and is looking forward to serving the local community in Charlotte.  They enjoy hiking, local restaurants and businesses, and playing with their two australian shephards Sullie and Echo.