Tracy Campbell, MD FAAD | Dermatologist & Mohs Surgeon
Tracy Campbell, M.D. is a board certified dermatologist who is fellowship-trained in Mohs micrographic and reconstructive surgery, cutaneous oncology, and laser and cosmetic surgery.
Dr. Campbell is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Creighton University and Creighton University School of Medicine. During medical school, she was elected to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, and in undergraduate study Dr. Campbell was the recipient of the “Theologian of the Year” award for her outstanding academic accolades in theology. Dr. Campbell completed her internship in the Chicago area at Resurrection Medical Center, and went on to complete a residency in dermatology at Rush University Medical Center under the direction of Dr. Michael Tharp. During her training at Rush, she was chosen as Chief Resident due to her natural leadership abilities.
Following residency, Dr. Campbell completed a much sought after laser, cosmetic and Mohs micrographic surgery fellowship at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Campbell’s year-long fellowship included cosmetic training by Dr. Suzanne Kilmer, one of the most world renowned experts in laser surgery and cosmetics. Dr. Campbell enhanced her knowledge of cutting edge laser technology and cosmetic techniques during her tutelage under Dr. Kilmer. She then spent a year at the University of California, Davis to complete her Mohs training with experts in cutaneous oncology and facial reconstruction. Dr. Campbell is an expertly trained clinician in lasers, cosmetic procedures, botulinum toxin injections, fillers, skin cancer, reconstruction, and other related subjects. Dr. Campbell had lectured regionally and nationally on various dermatology topics. She has written several academic manuscripts in cosmetic dermatology, surgical dermatology, and medical dermatology journals, instructing other dermatologists on a wide variety of procedures and techniques. Dr. Campbell has also written and lectured extensively on a variety of general and dermatology topics. Amongst others, her work has been published in Dermatologic Surgery and The Archives of Dermatology. Her professional affiliations include the American College of Mohs Surgery, the American Society for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Chicago Dermatologic Society, and the Women’s Dermatologic Society, and she is also a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Top cancer doctor
It is with great pride we announce that Dr. Tracy Campbell was listed as a Top Cancer Doctor in Chicago Magazine’s January 2017 edition and again in 2019! Dr. Campbell is known for being an expert mohs micrographic surgeon delivering exceptional medical and aesthetic results for all her patients. She also sees General Dermatology and Cosmetic patients at CCSD once a month. If you are looking to schedule mohs surgery with one of Chicago’s best and most experienced cancer fighters, call today to set up your appointment. Our caring and supportive staff are here to help!
- 07/2013 – Campbell T, Eisen, DB, King, T. Surgeon Errors and Slide Quality during Mohs Micrographic Surgery: Is there a relationship with tumor recurrence? J Am Acad Dermatol. 2013 July 69:1: 105-111.
- 07/2013 – Campbell TM, Today’s Chicago Woman, July 2013, Ask the Expert Page 34 – 35. www.tcwmag.com
- 05/2013 – Campbell TM, Today’s Chicago Woman, May 2013, Ask the Expert Page 34 – 35. www.tcwmag.com
- 01/2012 – Ibrahimi OA,Campbell T, Youker S Eisen, DB. Nonanatomic free cartilage batten grafting with second intention healing for defects on the distal nose. J Drugs Dermatol. 2012 Jan 1;11(1):46-50.
- 09/2011 – Campbell TM, Today’s Chicago Woman, Sept 2011, Ask the Expert Page 34 – 35. www.tcwmag.com
- 04/2011 – Campbell T, Eisen DB. Free cartilage grafts for alar defects coupled with secondary-intention healing. Dermatol Surg. 2011 Apr;37(4):510-3
- 03/2011 – Campbell TM, Youker S. Practical application and decision-making in Mohs micrographic surgery and cutaneous oncology Original Research Article Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Volume 22, Issue 1, March 2011, Pages 101-113
- 11/2010 – Campbell TM, Eisen DB. Electrobrasion–an alternative to dermabrasion. Dermatol Surg.2010 Nov;36(11):1739-42.
- 11/2010 – Campbell TM, Goldman MP. Adverse events of fractionated carbon dioxide laser: review of 373 treatments. Dermatol Surg. 2010 Nov;36(11):1645-50.
- 11/2009 – Campbell T, Moore J, “Lentigines Lightening After Imatinib Therapy”, Arch Dermatol.2009 Nov;145(11):1313-6
- 12/2008 – Campbell T, Goldman M, “Complications of Fractional CO2 Lasers”. American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Journal, Phoenix, AZ
- 12/2008 – Campbell T, Brown CW, Dimitropoulos V, “Successful treatment of eruptive unilateral angiokeratomas,” Arch Dermatol. 2008 Dec;144(12):1663-4.
- 12/2008 – Campbell T, Brown CW, “Dimorphic Cutaneous Manifestation of a Toxic Eruption to Erlotinib Therapy”, J Drugs Dermatol. 2008 Dec;7(12):1161-3.
- 08/2008 – Campbell T, Altman R, Tharp M, Dy L. Clinicopathologic challenge. Gangrenous Cellulitis (caused by Peptostreptoccus). Int J Dermatol. 2008 Aug;(47), 783-784.
- 06/2008 – Campbell T, Neems R, Moore J “Severe Exacerbation of Rosacea Induced by Cinnamon Supplements”, J Drugs Dermatol. 2008 Jun;7(6):586-7
- UC Davis Medical Center, Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Procedural Dermatology Fellowship, Sacramento, CA (ACGME Accredited)
- Rush University Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Chief Resident, Chicago, IL
- Internship, Resurrection Medical Center, Chicago, IL
- Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, NE Alpha Omega Alpha
- Bachelor of Arts in Theology, Creighton University, Omaha, NE Summa Cum Laude
Fellow, American College of Mohs Surgery
2009-2014 Medical Board of California, Permanent License A108674