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Dermatologist Pittsburgh, PA

Horvath Dermatology Associates has been a trusted provider of dermatology care in the Pittsburgh area for generations. Our expert providers offer cutting-edge medical care with a patient-centered focus in a warm, family-friendly environment. We treat all ages, from children and teenagers to adults and seniors. We look beyond the surface to provide complete skin health. We are focused on quality, compassionate care, and cost-effective service.

Services provided include Skin Cancer, Psoriasis, Eczema, Acne, Derma Fillers and more.

We want all of our patients to be informed decision-makers and to understand the dermatology health issues that they face. We have developed a website that is loaded with valuable information about dermatology and skin problems and treatments.

We invite you to email or call our office at any time to request an appointment or ask any questions.



Horvath  Dermatology  Associates is proud to welcome Dr. Gretchen Kreizenbeck to our practice!

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Dr. Kreizenbeck has been a board-certified dermatologist since 2011, who has now practiced in Pittsburgh since 2014.  She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology and Women’s Dermatologic Society.

Dr. Kreizenbeck was born and raised in the wild west of Deadwood, South Dakota.  She worked multiple jobs every summer from hostess, busgirl, tour-guide, and waitress; she even bartended at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally to allow her to graduate summa cum laude with a B.S. in Biochemistry in 2003 from the University of Notre Dame.  Upon graduation, she received both the University’s Merck Index and Student Leadership awards.

While a medical student at the Yale University School of Medicine, Dr. Kreizenbeck completed her thesis in the field of melanoma. After accepting the Max Kade Clinical Clerkship, she studied in Salzburg, Austria and graduated in 2007 as a Yale Farr Scholar. She completed her internship at the Yale Primary Care Program and completed her residency in dermatology with the Yale Dermatology Residency Program in 2011.

Dr. Kreizenbeck continues to enjoy teaching… long ago as a college tutor for her fellow classmates, now working with her patients to develop healthy lifestyle choices if motivated.  She has been a volunteer Faculty Member for the Washington Health System Family Medicine Residency Program since 2017.  At two of her previous practices, she created the cosmetic divisions by developing the curriculum and teaching fellow staff the art and benefits of radiofrequency, IPL (intense pulsed light), injectables and lasers.  She individually taught her cosmetic neurotoxin injection technique to a qualified physician associate.  Dr. Kreizenbeck is also a public speaker, most recently at “A Day for Women” where she offered specific strategies and methods for mothers, daughters & all types of caregivers in prioritizing self-care.

Her specialties include cosmetic and medical dermatology; surgical excisions and other skin cancer treatment; and cosmetic procedures including Botox/Dysport, hyaluronic acid fillers (Restylane/Juvéderm), and energy-based treatments.  She enjoys treating “the whole patient” and utilizing detective work to find the underlying root cause of skin conditions in adults and children.  She has a special interest in vitamin and nutrition given her biochemistry background.  She lives in Upper St. Clair with her husband, 2 children, and 2 cats.


Telehealth Visit Instructions

Horvath Dermatology is open for visits in the office as well as Telehealth Visits, which can be done from your home. To schedule an in-office or Telehealth Visit, call the office or request an appointment on the website.  Telehealth Visits are covered by insurance during the coronavirus crisis. Most Telehealth Visits can be completed on the same day that you call.

Our Patient Portal requires a username and password, which is sent by email upon contacting the office to make an appointment.  It allows messaging to your provider or staff, medication refill requests, appointment requests and posted test results. The portal is accessed by pasting horvathdermatology.ema.md (no www or https) into your browser.  For the patient portal, only Chrome and Firefox browsers are supported.  If you have forgotten your username and password, or are new to the practice, call the office for assistance.

Our PocketPatient app , when downloaded to your phone, using your username and password, is preferred for live audio and visual Telehealth Visits.  The staff will email you a link to download the app. You can visit https://telehealthinfo.us for more information about using and downloading the app.

The PocketPatient app can also initiate a Virtual Visit with only photos and history sent to our providers to review and respond by messaging.


Information for Patients Prior to Your Appointment and Use of the Pocket Patient App

For both in-office and Telehealth appointment please update, IN ADVANCE, your information on the patient portal reached by pasting horvathdermatology.ema.md (no www or https) into your browser.

If you do not have or do not recall your username and password for the patient portal, call the office (412) 831-3300 for assistance.  For most people, your username is your email.

For Telehealth appointments, a link has been sent to you to download the PocketPatient app to your phone in advance of your appointment. You can visit https://telehealthinfo.us for information about how to use and download the app. To activate the PocketPatient app, type in the following for steps 1-3.

  1. URL: horvathdermatology.ema.md (no www or https)
  2. User: username (usually your email)
  3. Password: Portal Password

At the scheduled Telehealth appointment, you will receive an email. Click the link that will ask for your last name and date of birth which will start the encounter when the provider logs on.  Telehealth appointments function best from a cell phone. If a computer with a camera is utilized, after receiving the email, log into the patient portal, click the Appointment Tab then join the video visit. Only Chrome and Firefox browsers are supported.


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Meet the Staff

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  • David Horvath, MD
    Brian Horvath, MD, MPH
    Gretchen Kreizenbeck, MD
    Lisa Sullivan, PA-C
    Nina Bordick, PA-C

    All professionals at Horvath Dermatology Associates maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in the medical field.
    LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DOCTORS HERE.

Testimonials

  • "Dr. Brian Horvath and the staff are fantastic. They give you personal attention. He takes the time to make certain all you concerns are taken care of. I can’t thank him/them enough."
    B Candie K.
  • "Go see Lisa! She’s the sweetest. I have struggled with acne for years and she’s simply the best! Always around to answer my questions and the staff is always kind"
    Ryan M.
  • "Best dermatologists for acne. I used to mainly see Lisa Sullivan and sometimes Dr. Brian Horvath for my skin problems and cystic acne. They are both extremely educated and very personable. I have been blemish free for nearly a year!"
    Sara

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Horvath Dermatology Associates

Monday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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