Commitment to Patient Care
At Paladin Dermatology, we take a team-based approach to providing the highest quality skin care services. Our team is comprised of board-certified Dermatologists, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants who are highly experienced and dedicated to providing the highest quality of care available. A key component of our practice is access to care. When you have a problem, you shouldn’t have to wait weeks or months for help. All patients have the right to medical care that is timely, affordable, and effective. We offer extended hours and participate with most insurance plans available in our area, including Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare and much more. Our providers are ready to meet your dermatology needs when you need it.
DR. ALAN ROLFE, MD
Dr. Alan Rolfe, our supervising physician with over 35 years of Dermatological experience, is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Florida College of Medicine. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency as Chief Resident from Naval Regional Medical Center. He completed his Dermatology Residency at National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Dr. Rolfe is board certified in Dermatology and Internal Medicine. He is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and American College of Physicians, a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the American Medical Association. He is a lifetime member of the Associations of Military Surgeons and Military Dermatologists of the United States as well as a retired Captain in the US Navy.
Assisting patients of all ages, Dr. Rolfe’s expertise lies in general medical and surgical dermatology.
DR. MANA OGHOLIKHAN, MD
Dr. Mana Ogholikhan, a native of Iran, graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine with a Medical Doctorate in 2003. She completed her residency as Chief Resident – Dermatology at Georgetown University Hospital in 2007. Her experience has included a wide range of dermatology patient care.
Dr. Ogholikhan’s scope of practice includes medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology. Seeing patients of all ages, she is excited to work with her patients to provide top notch care.
After spending her formative years in Iran, Dr. Ogholikhan attended middle and high school in Toronto and New York City. She first came to Richmond, VA to attend college at the University of Richmond. She currently lives in Richmond with her spouse and her two school aged children. When she is not working, she enjoys exercising, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
2007 Board Certification
2006-2007 Chief Resident- Dermatology
Georgetown University Hospital
2004-2007 Dermatology Residency
Georgetown University Hospital
2003-2004 Medical Internship
University of Virginia, Roanoke-Salem Program
1999-2003 Medical Doctorate
Georgetown University School of Medicine
1995-1999 B.S. – Biology
University of Richmond
- American Academy of Dermatology Member
- American Medical Association Member
Publications & Presentations
- Guest Lecturer at Prince George’s Hospital at the Department of Dermatology April 2008 – December 200
- Carrie W. Cobb, M.D., Angela J. Lotsikas-Baggili, M.D., and Mana Ogholikhan, M.D. Section Editor: Amor Khachemoune, M.D., C.W.S. Amor Khachemoune, M.D., C.W.S. What Caused This Facial and Lip Edema? Skin and Aging, 2007 Sep.
- Deng A, Harvey V, Sina B, Strobel D, Badros A, Junkins-Hopkins JM, Samuels A, Ogholikhan M, Gaspari, A.
- Interstitial granulomatous dermatitis associated with the use of tumor necrosis factor alpha inhibitors.
- Arch Dermatol. 2006 Feb; 142(2):198-202.
- Agnieszka Kupiec-Banasikowska, MD, Ravi Ratnavel, MD, Mana Ogholikhan, MD
- eMedicine: Rosacea. August 2005.
- Ogholikhan M., Bahram Sina.
- Case presentation. 7th International Congress of Dermatology. Tehran, Iran. September 2005.
- Ogholikhan M. MD, Welsh, R. MD, Kauffman L. MD, Recognizing Systemic Fungal Infections. Emergency Medicine. 2003. Vol 35, Number 11, 43-56.
- Khachemoune A, Ogholikhan M. Whitish papules and plaques on the tongue.
- Am Fam Physician. 2004 Dec 15;70(12):2353-4.
- Khachemoune A. MD, Klausener B. MD, Ogholikhan M. MD, Kauffman L. MD Photo Vignette: Smelly, Macerated Feet Diagnosis: Pitted keratolysis (PK). Skin and Aging. ISSN: 1096-0120. Volume 10 Issue 09 – September 2002 – Pages: 87 – 88
LORI WOOD, PA-C
Lori Wood is a Board Certified Physician Assistant who brings over 17 years of PA experience with her to Paladin Dermatology. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Physician Assistant studies through the University of Nebraska in 1999. She then went on to complete her Masters Degree in Physician Assistant studies in 2000. She did all this while serving on active duty in the United States Air Force and subsequently retired in 2004 after 20 years of service. Lori has prior experience in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Allergy & Asthma before specializing in Dermatology in 2008. She has extensive knowledge and experience in treating disorders of the skin, hair and nails and is trained in the early detection and treatment of skin cancer. Her commitment to continuing education and her profession is demonstrated by memberships in the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants and the Virginia Academy of Physician Assistants.
Amy Black, ACNP-BC, DCNP
For more than two decades, Amy Black has dedicated herself to finding, honing, and sharing proven practices for deep health. Amy is a board certified Nurse Practitioner who has over 14 years experience in the field of dermatology. She received her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia (Biology/French Language and Literature) and her Bachelors and Masters of Science Degree in Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2002. Amy was a member of Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society and received scholarships for academic achievement. In 2010, she became one of the first Nurse Practitioners to pass the Dermatology Certified Nurse Practitioner exam through the Dermatology Nurse Practitioner Association. Seeking a more holistic approach to illness, she studied with the Institute for Functional Medicine, where she was certified in 2018.
Amy values listening to her patients and believes that they have a lot of insight into their own health. She is a patient advocate and does her best to provide the best dermatological care possible.
Amy spends her free time gardening, mountain biking and cooking. She lives with her husband, son, and poodle in Richmond.