Karen Morin Limaye, MSN, FNP-C,DCNP
Karen Morin Limaye is a board-certified dermatology nurse practitioner and board-certified family nurse practitioner. She began her studies at Providence College, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in chemistry followed by a Master of Science in nursing from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston where she studied to be a Family Nurse Practitioner. Following that, Karen was accepted as a Dermatology Fellow in the Dermatology Fellowship Residency Program at Harvard Medical School affiliate, Lahey Clinic Medical Center where she trained as a dermatology nurse practitioner. She went on to validate her qualifications by certifying with the dermatology nurse practitioner certification board examination accredited by the American Board of Specialty Nursing Certification.
As a Family Nurse Practitioner, Karen can see patients of all ages. She excels at medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology. She particularly enjoys using her dermatoscope to assist in high-quality skin cancer screenings and treating acne.
Karen is very active professionally. She has written articles that have been published in peer-reviewed journals, lectured at Dermatology Nurses Association and Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners Annual meetings and taught Dermatology to Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Practitioner Students guest lecturing at local universities. She is also a past president of the New England Dermatology Nurse Practitioners.
She lives in Phoenixville and enjoys spending time with her family, cheering her daughter on at swim meets, traveling, cooking, and whenever possible taking CrossFit classes
to read Ms. Limaye’s Curriculum Vitae
Our staff includes RNs with combined experience of over twenty years in dermatology and Mohs surgery. In addition, our Mohs histotech is HT, ASCP certified and has over 10 years preparing Mohs frozen sections.
Most importantly, though, this experienced team is caring and truly committed to making your experience as safe, comfortable, and successful as possible.