Dr. Kenneth M. Lloyd MD attended college and medical school at the University of Michigan and received his medical degree in 1959. He completed his Fellowship in Dermatology at Duke University in 1964 after Internal Medicine and Dermatology residencies at Youngstown Hospital Association and Henry Ford Hospital.
Dr. Lloyd opened his Boardman dermatology practice in 1964. In 1966, he entered the U.S. Navy as a Lt. Commander and served as the Chief of Dermatology at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Chelsea, Massachusetts. He returned to private practice in 1968. Dr. Lloyd held academic positions as Chief of Dermatology at Northside Medical Center, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Case Western Reserve University and Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology at NEOMED. He was also a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American College of Physicians. Dr. Lloyd has contributed to numerous academic publications throughout his career and was credited with identifying several new dermatologic syndromes including Cowden’s Disease, which ultimately led to identifying the gene for breast cancer.
In 1991 his daughter, Dr. Jenifer R. Lloyd joined his practice. Together, they established the Lloyd Dermatology and Laser Center at 8060 Market Street. He was devoted to providing the best dermatological outpatient care available, offering the widest range of skin treatments between Pittsburgh and Cleveland. The practice’s academic affiliation with the University Hospital Health System, Case Western Reserve University and Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine enabled him to keep his profession on the cutting edge.
“I am very honored to leave my Dermatology practice and legacy to my daughter Dr. Jenifer Lloyd. Practicing medicine has been for me the fulfillment of a lifelong dream and an occupation I have truly enjoyed and loved.”