"The most gratifying part of the job is the opportunity to
interact with and help my patients."
Dr. Peter Jenkin is a Medical Doctor, Board-Certified Dermatologist and Surgeon. He is also the owner and Clinic Director of Dermatology Associates of Seattle.
Dr. Peter Jenkin completed his dermatology training at McGill University in 1980, choosing dermatology due to the variety of conditions he would see and treat as well as the fact that he could help anyone - men, women, children, and adults.
After working in private practice for two decades in Canada, he moved to Seattle and worked for PacMed and Virginia Mason, and purchased Dermatology Associates in January of 2010.
From reminding his patients to use sunscreen on a daily basis to skillfully performing advanced medical and cosmetic procedures, Dr. Jenkin approaches his work with his philosophy to accomplish and learn every day, to keep a positive outlook, to take knowledge from adversity, and to maintain an attitude of gratitude.
Outside the office, Dr. Jenkin is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hiking, skiing, and racing cars. He spends time with his grandchildren and often speaks at local seminars on skin diseases. As former President of the Washington State Dermatology Association and current owner of Dermatology Associates of Seattle, Dr. Jenkin is committed to providing his patients with stellar service and the best possible care throughout their experience.
In practice for more than 35 years, Dr. Jenkin approaches patient treatment with the goals of providing comprehensive dermatologic care to the highest standards available. He has served as chairman of the Ontario Medical Association and President of the Washington State Dermatology Association. He provides a full range of dermatologic care including adult and pediatric general dermatology, Mohs surgery, skin cancer surgery and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Jenkin is committed to providing all patients we serve with not only the best care available but the best service from beginning to end.
"Helping people was the reason for going into medicine in the first place, and it remains the most important and gratifying part of the job."