Providers at our Englewood Dermatology Center
The providers at Colorado Skin Care have more than 15 years of experience offering the finest in medical and cosmetic dermatology. When you need an expert dermatologist in Denver, we are the name to trust.
Kimberly C. Stone, MD
Dr. Kimberly Stone is a board-certified dermatologist who received her medical degree from Duke University. While there, she received a Howard Hughes research scholarship before completing her internship in internal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. She then completed a three-year residency in dermatology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center/Parkland Hospital and affiliated hospitals. Dr. Stone specializes in general dermatology with a particular interest in cosmetic dermatology.
Dr. Stone began her working career in Plano, TX, before moving to Colorado, where she has been a part of our Englewood dermatology center. After practicing alone as a dermatologist for eight years, she expanded her office by bringing on a Physician Assistant, Amy Huber, PA-C, to assist her with her growing practice. Her office is adjoined to her husband’s, who practices oral, maxillofacial, and facial plastic surgery.
Dr. Stone is an active participant at national meetings of the American Academy of Dermatology and regularly gives presentations to local physicians’ groups and community groups. Besides being a dermatologist, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Dr. Thomas Stone, and their six children. She also enjoys running, doing Pilates, and skiing.
Amy J. Huber, PA-C
Amy J. Huber, PA-C has over 17 years of experience as a Physician Assistant in advanced dermatology in Colorado. She entered the field after graduating from Saint Louis University in 1995, where she completed her medical training. After spending three years working with a prominent Moh’s surgeon in Iowa and practicing general, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology, she and her husband returned to Colorado to be near family. Amy has a keen interest in dermatological surgery and has undergone additional training and certification in several surgical procedures, such as ambulatory phlebectomy.
Amy has acted as sub-investigator on numerous clinical trials and continues to have an interest in research. She regularly attends the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology and accumulates over 50 hours of continuing medical education per year. Amy recently passed national recertifying exams in both medicine and surgery, as PAs are required to do so every six years to maintain licensure. Amy is a member of AAPA and SDPA, becoming one of the original 150 members of PAs in dermatology in the latter. She became an SDPA Diplomat in 2012, which required 100 additional hours of Dermatology medical education. Her other interests include spending time with her husband and three young children, biking, hiking, and spending time outdoors.