Lindsey Goddard, MD, FAAD, FACMS, FASDS
Dr. Goddard is a board-certified dermatologist and ACMS fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon. She obtained her undergraduate degree in business from the University of Oklahoma where she graduated summa cum laude. She earned her medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, graduating with distinction and election into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. Dr. Goddard completed a transitional/surgical internship at Spokane Teaching Health Center and fell in love with the area. Her dermatology residency was completed at Loma Linda University in Southern California. She served as Chief Resident during her final year of dermatology residency.
Dr. Goddard completed her micrographic surgery and dermatologic oncology fellowship at Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. Her fellowship included extensive instruction on Mohs surgery under the direction of Dr. Hugh Greenway who trained with Dr. Frederic Mohs who developed the procedure that bears his name. Integrated into her fellowship was time spent training with world-renowned laser expert Dr. Victor Ross. She also trained with many surgeons on faculty at Scripps in various disciplines including plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, reconstructive hand surgery, and oculoplastic surgery. Additionally, Dr. Goddard trained in venous medicine and is board-eligible in American Vein and Lymphatic Medicine.
Dr. Goddard is a published, peer-reviewed author as well as reviewer for dermatology medical journals. She has presented various research projects and given presentations on reconstructive techniques at several dermatology conferences. She is also involved in leadership committees in several societies including AAD, ASDS, and WDS.
Dr. Goddard has a special interest in aging and rejuvenation in addition to her specialized training in skin cancer and reconstruction. She enjoys interacting with patients, developing a relationship with them and helping them understand each step in their evaluation and treatment. She believes in treating each patient as if they were one of her family members, showing them kindness, respect, and providing them with excellent medical care.
Aside from surgery, Dr. Goddard enjoys yoga, Pilates, hiking, baking, card games, and traveling. She loves animals and enjoys cheering for her alma mater, the Sooners.