Leonard Y. Kerwin, MD
- Posted on: Nov 6 2021
Born and raised in Michigan, Dr. Kerwin completed his undergraduate education at the University of Michigan and medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit. Following medical school, he worked on malignant melanoma research at the Laboratory of Molecular Dermatology in the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute and then went on to complete his internship at Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital (formerly Ascension Crittenton Hospital) in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Dr. Kerwin completed his dermatology residency at Wayne State University before completing his fellowship in procedural dermatology and Mohs Surgery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery.
Dr. Kerwin has undergone special training and certification for MOHS surgery. He has passed all the required tests and training set by the American Board of Dermatology for this type of surgery
Dr. Kerwin’s interests in dermatology include skin cancer treatment, scar revision and earlobe repair, hyperhidrosis, cosmetic dermatology, skin rejuvenation (including Botox® and Dysport®), fillers (including Juvederm® and Restylane®), and cosmeceuticals.
In addition to continuing to serve patients at Associated Dermatologists, Dr. Kerwin teaches at the John D. Dingell Veterans Affairs Medical Center, affiliated with the Wayne State University Department of Dermatology. He is also on staff at William Beaumont Hospital, Huron Valley Hospital, and St. John Providence. Dr. Kerwin was named by the Residents of the Department of Dermatology at Wayne State Faculty of the year in 2016. Additionally, he continues to educate and serve as a mentor for City Year Detroit.
He has been voted “Top Doc” every year since he started at the practice in 2015.
Dr. Kerwin lives in Bloomfield Hills with his wife, Kim, and their two children.