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About Us //

Dr. Taliercio and Dr. Ciardullo have been working as a team since 1986 and have collaborated on more than 20,000 patients with skin cancer.

Frank C Taliercio MD

Frank C Taliercio, MD is a board-certified dermatologist and MOHS surgeon practicing at A Center for Dermatology. A graduate of Georgetown University and Cornell University Medical College, Dr. Taliercio brings over 30 years of patient care to the community, proudly treating patients from across the country. Originally from Palisades Park, New Jersey, Dr. Taliercio completed both an internal medicine and dermatology residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Following residency, Dr. Taliercio finished a fellowship in Mohs surgery at Henry Ford Hospital.

Dr. Taliercio is the co-director of the Westchester County Dermatology Society and is on staff at White Plains Hospital. Along with this, he is a member of the New York State Medical Society, a member of the Westchester Country Medical Society, a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, and a fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery. He has previously served as Chairman of Dermatology at St Agnes Hospital, and spent many years teaching the dermatology residents at New York Medical College.

Dr. Taliercio has practiced at A Center for Dermatology since its opening in 1983.

Robert Ciardullo MD

Robert Ciardullo, MD is a board-certified plastic surgeon practicing at A Center for Dermatology.  Dr. Ciardullo is an AOA honors graduate of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, was a resident at the medical center at Columbia University Medical School and a plastic surgery resident at Cornell Medical Center at New York Hospital. Dr. Ciardullo performs plastic surgical reconstruction following skin cancer removal, having worked with Dr. Taliercio for over 30 years.

Previously, Dr. Ciardullo served for 5 years as the Chief of Plastic Surgery at White Plains Hospital Center. Aside from performing reconstructions with Dr. Taliercio, Dr. Ciardullo has a cosmetic plastic surgery practice locally.

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