Kevin M. Crawford, MD
Board-Certified Dermatologist
Fellow American Society for Mohs Surgery
4.6 /5
87 reviews
While at Emory University, I was blessed to have been trained by some of the most renowned dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons in the entire country.
- Kevin Crawford, MD
UCompare Forefront Dermatology
Wonderful doctor. Spent as much time with me as I wanted and made sure all my questions were answered.
Google Forefront Dermatology
Friendly staff and good job of explaining procedure.
Google Forefront Dermatology
Dr. Crawford is a rare professional who listens, explains everything well and is accessible to his patients. We are very happy to have found him.
Vitals Forefront Dermatology
First visit with Dr Crawford and I was very pleased! I was in the office for a little over 2 hours, and he did an amazing job. Minumin about of pain and discomfort. Dr Crawford is very professional as well as patient friendly. He also has an amazing support staff that works very well with him.
Vitals Forefront Dermatology
The entire staff was very friendly and amazing. Everyone made me feel very comfortable.
Vitals Forefront Dermatology
I am new to the area, and Dr. Crawford was highly recommended to me. I wasn't disappointed. He and his staff were very thorough and friendly. In addition, the office is managed very efficiently.
Google Forefront Dermatology
Dr. Crawford is a great surgeon. I would highly recommend him to anyone needing help with skin issues. The nurses and staff are always kind and helpful.
Google Forefront Dermatology
To be honest, my first experience with Forefront wasn't as pleasant as I would have liked. Google maps had directed me to an old location and when I called the office for assistance, the phone communication wasn't organized. That being said, I didn't have the friendliest welcoming from the front desk staff. I have worked reception for many years so I understood any frustration that may have accumulated when trying to keep everything and everyone happy and on schedule. I almost didn't go back, but I decided to give it another try at my next appointment with a smile on my face and continue to greet the office with my normal self. I am SO HAPPY that I did! The staff here is absolutely incredible. The doctors I have worked with are amazing at what they do, everyone is helpful and kind and thorough with awnsering to questions, concerns, or any information. I have had nothing less than above and beyond customer service since after that first appointment. They make sure you are comfortable and well taken care of before, during, and after surgery. This office really knows how to care for and love their patients! The only constructive "criticism" worth mentioning is the communication via phone. When you call to speak to someone it's typically through the headquarters. Who then pass you around to different lines which can take up some time but still..... highly recommended for the Columbus office in Indiana! Thank you staff!
Google Forefront Dermatology
Dr. Crawford is a top Dr. He listens..explains and understands everything. The staff is excellent. Appts. Are scheduled so there is little..if any..wait time. I recommend dr. Crawford and his office for anyone who needs skin care. G. Finley Bloomington in.
Google Forefront Dermatology
We all know that going through something like this is not a pleasure at all. I live in Indianapolis and from the very first time I walked through FOREFRONT DERMATOLOGY doors in Greenwood. It started with my biopsy to where it ended with the removal of the cancer in the office of DR. CRAWFORD. Whom I want to thank you so much for helping me and his nurses and staff are the greatest.They made me very comfortable.I will always remember all of you at FOREFRONT DERMATOLOGY!!! You all are the GREATEST Sincerely, Colleen Cole

Medical School:
Indiana University School of Medicine – Indianapolis, IN

Dermatology Residency:
Emory University School of Medicine – Atlanta, GA

Military Service:
United States Air Force

American Board of Dermatology
American Society for Mohs Surgery
Professional Memberships
American Academy of Dermatology
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
American Society for Mohs Surgery (Fellow, Board of Directors)
Indiana Academy of Dermatology
Summa Cum Laude (Xavier University)
National Jesuit Honor Society (Xavier University)
Class Vice President (Indiana University School of Medicine)
Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Volunteer Faculty of the year (2008-9)
Board of Directors, American Society for Mohs Surgery (2014 to Present)
All for One Champions Circle (Xavier University)

The Short Term Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation of Immune System Response (1998, senior research). Advisor: Professor R. Grossman, PhD.

Death With Dignity: Joel Priddy Came to The Dance. Indiana University Medicine. Winter 2000/2001:17.

Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome or multiple hereditary infundibulocystic basal cell carcinoma syndrome? Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2004 Dec;51(6):989-95.

Pimecrolimus-induced tinea incognito. Skinmed. 2004 Nov-Dec;3(6):352-3.

Pimecrolimus for treatment of acne rosacea. Skinmed. 2005 May-Jun;4(3):147-50.

Rosacea Management: Guide Patients on The Path to Control. Practical Dermatology. 2006 September: 48-52.

Utilization of mohs specimen as a sizing template in full-thickness skin grafts. Dermatologic Surgery 2007 Aug;33(8):973-5.

Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris as the Initial Presentation of Multiple Myeloma and Light Chain Deposition Disease. Accepted for publication by SkinMed Journal in 2008.

Expression of p53 in Cutaneous Malignancies of African Americans.
Lead Investigator, Current Clinical Study.

Technology Connection: An EHR Walkthrough Demonstration. Practical Dermatology. 2011 October: 28-31.

Basal cell nevus syndrome vs. multiple hereditary infundibulocystic basal cell carcinoma syndrome. Gross and Microscopic Presentation: San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium. 20 August 2004.

Pitryiasis Rubra Pilaris: The Initial Presentation of Multiple Myeloma. Gross and Microscopic Presentation: Georgia Society of Dermatologists Annual Meeting. 10 June 2006. Sea Island, GA.

Pitryiasis Rubra Pilaris: The Initial Presentation of Multiple Myeloma. Gross and Microscopic Presentation: AAD Annual Meeting. Feb 2007. Washington, DC.

What can your Dermatologist do for You? Schneck Medical Center. June 2010.

Sunscreen and Skin Cancer Prevention. Girls Inc. Seymour, IN. 09 June 2010

Photodynamic Therapy for AKs. Efficiency in the Dermatology Practice, Wright Patterson AFB Dermatology, 22 Oct 2010.

Introduction to Photodynamic Therapy, Napa River Grill. Louisville, KY. 11 Nov 2010.

Efficiently Incorporating PDT into clinical practice, Porters Steakhouse. Collinsville, Illinois. 19 Nov 2010

Introduction to Photodynamic Therapy, New Orleans VA Hospital (Tulane University), 21 Nov 2010

Is that spot worrisome? Identifying high-risk lesions. Schneck Medical Center. 11 Jan 2011.

Efficiently Incorporating PDT into clinical practice, Oschner Medical Center. New Orleans, LA. 31 Jan 2011.
Electronic Health Records in Dermatology, Expert Panel, AAD New Orleans. 06 Feb 2011.

Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer: Diagnosis and Management. Schneck Medical Center, Grand Rounds. 07 April 2011.

Update on Photodynamic Therapy, Emory University Grand Rounds, 21 April 2011

Photodynamic Therapy for The Treatment of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer, Colorado Springs Dermatology Society, 05 May 2011

Proposed Standardized Protocol for Photodynamic Therapy Encounter Maximizing Efficiency, Patient Comfort, and Efficacy, American Society for Mohs Surgery 16th Annual Meeting. 28 May 2011

EHR in your practice, Expert Panel. Summer AAD, New York. 04 Aug 2011.

Management of non-resectable, recurrent, perineural SCC in Immunosuppressed Patient, American Society for Mohs Surgery 16th Annual Meeting. 24 May 2013