Dr. Goodless is a board-certified dermatologist and a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. He originally worked in South Florida, and then in Malaysia before returning to Florida. He has practiced in Central Florida since 1998.
With over 25 years of clinical experience treating skin diseases, Dr. Goodless has had the opportunity to diagnose and treat all sorts of skin problems. He has served as principle or sub-investigator on over a dozen FDA clinical drug trials, including several for drugs, which are now on the market. Dr. Goodless has written books on Psoriasis and Acne diet issues for patients (available at Amazon.com).
Dr. Goodless received his medical degree from the University of Miami. Postgraduate training included an internship at University of Florida and a second year of internal medicine residency at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. He completed his dermatology training in the three-year dermatology residency program at University of Miami School of Medicine and was subsequently certified (and recertified multiple times) by the American Board of Dermatology.
Dr. Conor Patrick Dolehide specializes in general, pediatric, and surgical dermatology. He grew up on the South Side of Chicago, where he attended St. Ignatius College Preparatory School, before briefly pursuing a career as a pilot at the United States Air Force Academy.
After two years, he transistioned out of the military to complete his pre-medical degree at prestigous Northwestern University. He then completed eight years of training at the world-renowned Rush University Medical Center, including medical school, internship, and a residency in dermatology. During his final year at Rush, Dr. Dolehide served as a chief resident while completing a master’s degree in clinical research.
Dr. Dolehide then continued his training at Florida State University, where he completed a fellowship in Mohs micrographic surgery and dermatologic oncology. His fellowship training included reconstructive surgery training under the guidance of a plastic surgeon.
Amanda is a certified nurse practitioner, certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). She received her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing from South University in Savannah, GA after receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing as a Burnett’s Honors College graduate, completing an undergraduate thesis, from the University of Central Florida.
Amanda is skilled in medical dermatology, surgical procedures; including the removal of malignant moles and skin cancers, as well as non-surgical cosmetic treatments such as Botox and Kybella. She is dedicated and passionate in helping her patients treat both acute and chronic dermatologic conditions and empowering them in the process.
Danialy Quinones is the Practice Manager of Goodless Dermatology. In addition to management, her additional responsibilities include billing, insurance renewals, employee policies and procedures, protocol implementation and training. She has been an integral part of incorporating Electronic Medical Records for the practice.
Danialy graduated from Salter College in Worcester, Mass in 2006 with dual Certificates in both Billing and Coding and Medical Assistant. She is always seeking to stay current and gaining the most up-to-date knowledge and is a member of several associations. Danialy most recently became a member of ADAM (Association of Dermatology Administrators & Managers). She has maintained membership with AAPC, (American Academy of Professional Coder) and has received her certification for Certified Medical Assistant by Florida Society of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery. Danialy brings with her an impressive 15 years administrative experience and has served as group liaison for creating and maintaining exemplary rapport with providers, staff and patients alike.
Danialy is Native to Puerto Rico and was raised in Framingham, Massachusetts. She and her family moved to Central Florida in 2010. In her free time, Danialy enjoys spending time with her family and enjoying road trips, traveling, shopping and sandy beaches. She also enjoys volunteering at her children’s schools both in the academic and sports settings.