Dr. Alicia Ogram is board certified in dermatology. She completed her medical degree at Georgetown University and her residency at Georgetown University Hospital/ Washington Hospital Center Dermatology Residency Program. She graduated from medical school with magna cum laude honors and was elected into the alpha omega alpha honor society. During her residency she was honored to serve as chief resident. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Brown University.
Dr. Ogram prides herself on delivering thorough and compassionate care to her patients. She is enthusiastic about patient education and thoroughly explains diagnoses and all available treatment options. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages, helping each and every patient with their skin. She will design a skin care program tailored for your specific needs, including skin cancer prevention, anti-aging and rejuvenation, and general skin health. Dr. Ogram is a Diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Dr. Ogram recently moved to Coeur D’Alene, Idaho with her husband, Dr. Matthew Bean, who practices family medicine. They are enjoying introducing their three children (twin boys and a girl) to the beautiful Northwest and being near family. Outside of practicing dermatology, Dr. Ogram’s interests include spending time with her family, baking, hiking, and visiting Priest Lake.
Societies and Positions Held
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Medstar Georgetown/Washington Hospital Center
American Board of Dermatology