St. Charles County Dermatologic Surgery
About Dr. Stacey Tull
Having served over 20,000 patients since beginning in Dermatological Surgery in 2001, Dr. Stacey Tull is among the very few dedicated Mohs surgeons in the area.
She is a graduate of Duke University with her MD, in 1997, and MPH from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She completed her plastic and general surgery training at Washington University, where she also completed her Mohs surgery fellowship. Dr. Tull is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American College of Mohs Surgery. Member of AMA, SLMMS, MSMA, ASDS, and MO Dermatological Society.
Dr. Tull is also a former art major and incorporates her talent in all aspects of her practice. From taking the thinnest layer to clear a cancer with little more than a biopsy site defect, to the most intricate facial reconstruction, to turning back the clock with a natural cosmetic touch.
- University of Texas at Austin, BS
- Duke University, MD
- University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Public Health, MPH
- Washington University (All Post-Graduate Training)
- American College of Mohs Surgery
- American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
- American Academy of Dermatology
- American Board of Dermatology
- American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery, Inc.
History of the Practice
After spending fifteen years both in academics and group private practice, Dr. Tull became the patient herself while battling breast cancer in 2019. Through her experience she learned what is most important in patient care: having a team of health care providers dedicated to taking care of patients and providing the very best experience for those patients.
Black represents skin cancers
Lavender represents all cancers
Purple represents pancreatic cancer dedicated to a dear friend and long time staff member who was diagnosed as Dr. Tull was returning from her own medical leave