Waccamaw Chief Executive Officer Leads High-Performing Dermatology Practice

What’s the secret to leading a successful dermatology practice? Jonathan Banta, CEO at Waccamaw Dermatology, was recently featured in Executive Decisions in Dermatology and spotlighted as an ADAM Board Member to share how he leads a thriving team and culture at the sophisticated practice. Mr. Banta works as mentor and looks for opportunities to promote his employee’s potential.

“Successful leaders build great teams and culture through a smart hiring process, developing in-house talent and retaining talent. This can be accomplished by promoting a path of upward mobility, placing value in each employee, delegating responsibilities, building reciprocal trust, giving respect and communicating transparently the goals, objectives and direction of the practice,” says Mr. Banta. “A common mistake amongst managers is to assume an underperforming employee is expendable.”

Mr. Banta currently leads a 5-partner, physician-owned practice with six locations and 11 providers treating all general dermatology issues and skin cancer with Mohs, radiation therapy and in-house dermatopathology. Good listening skills, critical thinking, sound decision making and the right temperament are required skills in not only managing a dermatology practice, but leading a business. “Those skills are paramount in building a great culture that will differentiate your practice from others,” says Mr. Banta.

Waccamaw Dermatology continues to thrive with innovative technology and an outstanding team of board-certified dermatologists, skilled surgeons, expert nurse practitioners, professional physician assistants, adept laser technicians and skillful support staff.

Waccamaw Dermatology is committed to workplace safety and the safety of their employees and patients.

Specific to Covid-19, Waccamaw Dermatology follows federal, state and county guidelines in conjunction with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommended protocol. Many of the providers have been vaccinated and wear masks for the duration of your visit. Patients wait in their vehicles prior to their appointment and are contacted by the staff individually to enter the building.

Waccamaw Dermatology’s six offices are as follows:

  • Myrtle Beach – Medical Circle at 917 Medical Circle
  • Myrtle Beach – Rourk Street at 8170 Rourk St.
  • Conway at 166 Waccamaw Medical Park Ct.
  • Litchfield at 14880 Ocean Hwy.
  • North Myrtle Beach at 3816 U.S. 17 S., Suite 3
  • Dillon at 705 North 8th Avenue, Suite 3B

To learn more about Waccamaw Dermatology and to find the location nearest you, call 843-449-0453

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