The Fruitland Chamber of Commerce celebrated with Snake River Dermatology on Sept. 6 as they opened the doors to their new state of the art facility last week. Guests enjoyed tours of the facility while getting to know Dr. Brock Andersen and his staff.
Rep. Ryan Kerby and Fruitland Chamber of Commerce Director Kimberly Burgess welcomed and thanked Andersen for choosing Fruitland as home for business. Both commented on the recent business growth in the area and stressed their pleasure with such a lovely addition.
Snake River Dermatology was founded as an outreach clinic from the Dermatology Clinic of Idaho by Dr. Gerald G. Overly in 1979 in Ontario.
Overly founded the Dermatology Clinic of Idaho in 1978 and provided dermatology care to the Treasure Valley for over 40 years. Overly moved his Ontario practice to Fruitland in 1994 and the practice was purchased in 2012 by his son-in-law, Dr. Brock A. Andersen, who changed the name to Snake River Dermatology as the practice sits a few hundred yards from the Snake River on Idaho’s western border.
The clinic is at 2101 N. Whitley Drive.