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  Name:  Steven Daniel Daveluy, MD  
  Gender:  Male  
  Degree(s):  MD  
  Group Name:  University Physician Group Dermatology  
  Department Name:  Dermatology  
  Specialties:  Dermatology  
  Board Certifications:  Am Bd Dermatology - Board Certified  
  Affiliations: 
Hospital Affiliations are listed in alphabetical order
Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Harper University Hospital, Karmanos Cancer Center, Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center  
  Featured Message:  “Although my patients come to me with diseases that aren’t necessarily life threatening, I understand how dermatological problems can have a big impact on a person’s happiness, confidence and overall well-being,” Dr. Daveluy.  
 
 
WSUPG Dermatology
18100 Oakwood Blvd Ste 300
Dearborn, MI 48124-4085
Telephone: 313-240-4900

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Karmanos Cancer Center-Wertz Clinic
4100 John R
Detroit, MI 48201-2013
Telephone: 800-527-6266

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Steven Daveluy, M.D., is a board certified dermatologist and graduate of the Wayne State University School of Medicine. Following an internship at Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital, Dr. Daveluy completed his residency with Wayne State University Physician Group Dermatology. He is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, American Medical Association, Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, Michigan State Medical Society and the Wayne County Medical Society. He resides in Windsor, Ontario. His areas of interest are contact dermatitis, HIV dermatology, teledermatology, tropical dermatology as well as general dermatology.

Dr. Daveluy says he is most rewarded by helping patients overcome dermatological conditions that negatively impact their everyday lives.

“Although my patients come to me with diseases that aren’t necessarily life threatening, I understand how dermatological problems can have a big impact on a person’s happiness, confidence and overall well-being,” said Dr. Daveluy.

In his free time Dr. Daveluy enjoys playing beach volleyball (in the summertime), drawing and cooking. His go-to dish is stir fry, and he often experiments with different recipes. He has two dogs named Samson and Kahlua; both were rescued.