Dr. Christine Kilcline is a native of Northern California. She spent much of her childhood vacations searching for seashells on the beaches of Morro Bay and is elated to now call the Central Coast her home.
Dr. Kilcline graduated from UC Davis, recognized as an Outstanding Senior by her peers and faculty followed by cum laude honors from Albany Medical College. She completed her post-graduate training at UCSF with residencies in Pediatrics and U.S. News and World Reports top rated UCSF Dermatology. Dr. Kilcline has completed clinical research trials for Psoriasis and Eczema as well as additional specialized training as a Pediatric Dermatologist at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego. She devoted time as a Volunteer Clinical Faculty member for the Department of Dermatology at UC Davis Medical Center and awarded Best Volunteer Clinical Faculty, and served as Treasurer and Vice President of the Northern California Dermatology Society. Now on the Central Coast for over 5 years, her prior experience combined includes 14 years in private practice.
Dr. Kilcline practices the comprehensive scope of dermatologic care. She specializes in complex medical and pediatric dermatology. As a board certified pediatric dermatologist, Dr. Kilcline understands the impact skin disease can have on the physical and social development for the child and the family unit. Dr. Kilcline is an accomplished dermatologic surgeon and brings an artistic, natural eye to her aesthetic practice as well. Her training in both San Francisco and San Diego allowed her to develop as a skilled dermatologic and laser surgeon for both children and adults. Tambien, Dra. Kilcline se habla espanol.
When Dr. Kilcline is not at work, she can be found cheering on her kids soccer teams, enjoying her husband’s cooking, practicing yoga, learning to paddle board, cheering for the San Francisco Giants…and still searching for seashells.