Elizabeth Farley Prater M.D.

Dr. Elizabeth Prater is a board certified Dermatologist and fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. She has a true passion for the diagnosis and treatment of skin disease with special interest in serving those suffering from severe skin disease as they work to gain back a sense of normalcy in life. 

 

Dr. Prater received her medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston where she was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Medical Society as a junior. She completed her first two years of Dermatology residency training at the joint program between the University of Texas at Houston and the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center. She finished her training as Chief Resident at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Afterwards she joined Texas Dermatology Associates in Dallas, Texas where she enjoyed treating thousands of patients with complex Dermatologic problems and focusing on the education of the Dermatology residents at Baylor University Medical Center.

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In 2013, Dr. Prater moved to Oklahoma City with her husband and growing family. She enjoyed a robust practice here for 5 years, as well as continuing her love of resident education with the University of Oklahoma where she still serves as Assistant Professor of Dermatology. She has now created Healthy Skin Dermatology of Oklahoma with the goal of providing the best possible patient centered Dermatologic care at affordable prices.

Dr. Prater practices general and medical Dermatology. During her residency training, she devoted extra time to treating patients with severe psoriasis through the International Psoriasis Council Future Leaders Program and Lichen Sclerosis through the Women’s Dermatologic Mentorship Award. Over the last two years she has worked on the American Academy of Dermatology and National Psoriasis Foundation's Psoriasis Guidelines Workgroup to help ensure the best possible care for patients afflicted with psoriasis throughout the country.