Family Friendly Dermatology

At Fayetteville Dermatology we take pride in giving the best care possible to every individual who walks into our office.

We look to serve our patients by addressing all of their needs. We strive to and succeed in making our patients feel comfortable and informed as they receive their dermatological attention. This is the only office that Dr. Patrick works at, as he believes strongly in the value of good patient-doctor relationships. Rather than spreading himself among many offices, Dr. Patrick invests his time into one location and one set of employees in order to create a team atmosphere adequately equipped to serve you.

William G. Patrick, M.D.

Dr. Patrick grew up in Verona, N.Y. and graduated from Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School. He graduated “With Distinction” from Cornell University before attending medical school at S.U.N.Y. Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. He then completed a three-year Internal Medicine residency at C.S. Wilson Memorial Hospital in Johnson City, N.Y. and was a Clinical Instructor of Internal Medicine with S.U.N.Y. Health Science Center at Binghamton. He obtained his Dermatology training at the University of Rochester School Of Medicine and Strong Memorial Hospital where he also served as Chief Resident in Dermatology. Dr. Patrick has been on the faculty at the University of Rochester as a Clinical Instructor of Dermatology in the Department of Dermatology. He also started the Dermatology Clinic at Fort Drum, N.Y. and was Director of the Clinic for four years. Dr. Patrick is an instructor of Lemoyne College physician assistant students who do their dermatology rotation at Fayetteville Dermatology  Dr. Patrick also supervises Upstate Medical University medical students who run a Foot Clinic at the Rescue Mission in Syracuse. He is Board Certified in both Dermatology and Internal Medicine.

Michael Terribile, PA-C.

Michael grew up in Cornwall, New York, a small town in the Hudson Valley.  He graduated from the University at Albany and received his Physician Assistant degree from Lemoyne College in Syracuse, New York.  A clinical elective as a Physician Assistant student with Dr. Patrick led to Michael’s interest in Dermatology.  Michael earned his Master of Physician Assistant studies from the University of Nebraska.  After graduation in 2000, he relocated permanently to the Syracuse area and began practicing Dermatology with Dr. Patrick.  Michael supervises Lemoyne Physician Assistant students in their Dermatology rotations at Fayetteville Dermatology.  Michael’s expertise is in Medical and Surgical Dermatology.  Michael and his family live in the Fayetteville Manlius area.

Michael Warren, PA-C

Michael Warren grew up in Sandy, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City.  He received a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Utah, as well as a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Science and Health Promotion from California University of Pennsylvania.  In 2015 he and his family relocated to the Upper Valley Area in New Hampshire where he received his Physician Assistant degree from Franklin Pierce University.  His Physician Assistant training led Mike to specialize in Dermatology.  Mike and his family moved to Central New York in March of 2018 at which point he joined our staff.  Mike and his family have established roots here in the community.  He is coaching several recreational youth sports teams, and his wife Valerie is an active volunteer in the FM school district.

Valerie Warren

Valerie Warren is a graduate from the Internationally Accredited Continental School of Beauty Esthetics Program. While attending the esthetic program she gained experience and product knowledge in skin care regimens. She also received additional training in dermaplaning and chemical peels. In 2005 she graduated from Cosmetology school in St. George, Utah. She attended tradeshows from Las Vegas to Salt Lake City keeping up with the latest innovations. She has two children and loves spending time outdoors, attending her kids sporting events, and being with her family.