Andrea Cambio, MD FAAD, a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, is board certified in Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery. For over 25 years Dr. Cambio has been diagnosing and treating all aspects of adult and pediatric dermatology, including skin cancer, laser, dermatologic surgery, and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Cambio is licensed in the states of Tennessee, Florida, and New York.
Dr. Cambio is a graduate of New York University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Psychology. She received her Doctor of Medicine Degree with a distinction in melanoma research from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Cambio completed a Pediatric Internship at New York University Medical Center and a Dermatology Residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she was the Chief Resident in her third year. After finishing her residency, Dr. Cambio practiced in New York City for 10 years. She and her family then relocated to Southwest Florida. There she and her husband established Cambio Dermatology. Dr. Cambio served as Medical Director for Cambio Dermatology where in addition to personally providing care, she annually oversaw the diagnosis and treatment of tens of thousands of dermatology patients with dermatological conditions, including skin cancers. Dr. Cambio and her family recently relocated to Tennessee and opened Change Dermatology.
Dr. Cambio is affiliated with some of the most prestigious medical societies in the nation including the American Academy of Dermatology where she is a Fellow member and has served as a member of their “Young Physicians Committee”, “Public Awareness Committee” and “Eczema.Net Workgroup.”
Dr. Cambio has been named one of “America’s Top Dermatologists” as well as one of “America’s Top Physicians.” Her career has spanned patient care, clinical and basic science research, product development, teaching, supervision of physicians and physician extenders, and volunteering. She has been a presenter at multiple academic conferences and has been published in the dermatologic literature. Dr. Cambio frequently volunteers her time to visit schools and teach students the importance of skin care and sun protection. She has also been invited to judge the “Miss Florida USA” and “Miss Florida Teen USA” pageants. For her outstanding volunteer efforts in the field of dermatology, she has been granted membership in the “American Academy of Dermatology’s Leadership Circle for Volunteerism” and has received “The President’s Volunteer Service Award.”
Dr. Cambio has a special interest in educating the public about dermatology. She is a spokesperson for the The American Academy of Dermatology and member of their Media Expert Team. As a result, Dr. Cambio has been interviewed on and quoted in multiple media outlets such as television, radio, web platforms, print magazines, books, and various other news publications. She has been interviewed on ABC’s 20/20 and featured in national publications which include The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Fortune, Elle, Glamour, Parents and Child magazines.
When not practicing Dermatology, Dr. Cambio enjoys cooking, painting, and reading. She has had multiple art exhibits of her paintings in New York City and Florida. She treasures spending time with her husband, two daughters and three cats.
Delicia Garner PA-C, FAAPA is a nationally certified Physician Assistant with over 12 years of experience in the field of Dermatology. Her entry into the medical workforce started when she was 18, as a pharmacy technician. While working and attending classes, Delicia received her Bachelor of Science cum laude from Eastern Kentucky University. She then earned her Master of Science in Physician Assistant studies from the University of Kentucky. Intrigued by the visual nature of the specialty, Delicia then went on to specialize in the field of Dermatology for 7 years. She then switched her specialty to mental health due to a need in her community. After 3 years of practice as a Physician Assistant in mental health, her love of Dermatology has led her back to the specialty where she has practiced ever since.
Delicia has practiced Dermatology in both her home state of Kentucky, and in the state of Florida. In Florida she was further trained by Dr. Cambio and extended her areas of dermatologic care to pediatrics. In her career, Delicia has personally and successfully diagnosed and treated tens of thousands of adult and pediatric patients with dermatological conditions including skin cancers. Delicia has relocated to Tennessee and joined Change Dermatology.
Delicia’s background in pharmacology and behavioral health enables her to see and treat the patient wholly. She is especially interested in how the skin reflects a patient’s overall health status. By examining her patient’s skin, she attentively observes what is going on internally, both physically and mentally. Furthermore, Delicia has a knack for understanding how certain behaviors impact skin health and wellness. These keen insights set Delicia apart in the process of diagnosing and treating patients.
Delicia has recently been awarded and recognized as a top provider in Southwest Florida. She is an active member of the Tennessee Association of Physician Assistants. Her areas of specialty include the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin cancers, and general dermatology where Delicia treats a wide array of dermatological conditions in both adults and children.
When not seeing patients, Delicia enjoys reading, hiking, swimming, and listening to all genres of music. She is a huge fan of Dolly Parton, and a lifelong University of Kentucky basketball fan. She cherishes spending time with her daughter and grandson.