[Histonet] MOHS scheduling

Keyser, Geri L GKeyser at uwhealth.org
Tue Sep 13 07:05:51 CDT 2022

My institution schedules them 15 min apart (with an hour and a half break between 8:30AM and 10:00AM). We typically do 7 cases per day, per physician. Up to 2 physicians. Maybe two multi-site cases per physician.   

But, we have a fairly large clinic with a significant clinic staff and two to three techs (Three available  workstations) working the lab in order to make this workload viable. I know many clinics are smaller operations. 

The early afternoon is used for closures and finishing up the procedures that haven't cleared yet. The rest of the day is used for closures. 

I don't know what is typical. I've been here for 15 years and have no experience with how other clinics do things. 

I'm very interested to hear what other clinics look like. 😊


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I was wondering, for those doing Mohs cases, how far apart you schedule your patients, and if you do them throughout the day or just in am or pm. Thanks Anne

Anne Murvosh
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