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Dr. Jaldeep Daulat

Dr. Jaldeep Daulat,

Dr. Jaldeep Daulat is a Board Certified Dermatologist with over 25 years of Dermatology experience. Dr. Daulat graduated from Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1983, and went on to finish his Internal Medicine Residency from Doctor’s General Hospital in 1984. From there, he was accepted into a dermatology residency program by Southwest Institute of Dermatology and with Las Vegas Skin and Cancer, where he would spend the next three intense years as a resident of dermatology.

Passion, dedication and ambition were the driving forces that fueled Dr. Daulat to open Mohave Skin and Cancer in 1984 to serve the communities of the Tri-Cities. During that time, Dr. Daulat balanced his life between Las Vegas, Laughlin, Kingman and Lake Havasu City. Over the years, his practices grew at a quick rate, and Dr. Daulat became known for his exceptional patient care and his outstanding character as a physician.

During his Dermatology residency, Dr. Daulat was trained to perform highly specialized microscopic skin cancer surgery known as Mohs. Since then, he has successfully performed well over 25,000 Mohs surgeries and skin cancer reconstructions. In addition, Dr. Daulat has played an active role with The University of Nevada Medical Center and with Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he has been on staff as a dermatology instructor since 1999. His role as an instructor and speaker has given numerous dermatology residents the opportunity for hands on learning and practicing under his guidance.

During his free time, Dr. Daulat enjoys playing golf, playing tennis, and traveling the world. He is a man of honor and integrity, always taking into the consideration what is best for his patients. Dr. Daulat is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology, Nevada State Medical Association, Nevada Osteopathic Medical Association, Las Vegas Dermatology Society, and is licensed to practice medicine through the Nevada and Arizona Boards of Medicine.