Kristen C. Miller, NP
Kathleen van Klaveren, NP
Vangie Tran, NP
Bevens Goodman, NP
Five Locations Serving Southern California
Costa Mesa/Newport, Mission Viejo, West Los Angeles, South Bay, and Vista/Carlsbad
Our mission is to use advanced phototherapy to lessen or eliminate the symptoms of chronic skin conditions and improve the quality of life for those suffering from psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and related autoimmune skin disorders. We believe the best results are attained through in-office treatments delivered by trained phototherapists using the most advanced FDA-approved equipment.
We understand that for any treatment to work, it has to fit the lifestyle of those receiving it. Our convenient locations, extended appointment hours and free parking are some of the ways we help maximize patient compliance and positive results. Our treatment team is knowledgeable and dedicated to providing safe and compassionate care.
Array nurse practitioners (NPs) are experienced health care providers who are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema, and other inflammatory skin conditions. Our NPs are certified family nurse practitioners who follow protocols developed in collaboration with our medical director, a board certified dermatologist. As family nurse practitioners they are qualified to care for patients of all ages. They thoroughly evaluate each new patient to determine if phototherapy is an appropriate treatment option. During the consultation, they spend time educating the patient on their skin condition and phototherapy alternatives. Our NPs develop customized treatment plans to meet each patient’s specific needs and carefully monitor treatment progress.
Medical Director and Supervising Physician: Dr. Vu Nguyen, MD
Medical Director and Supervising Physician: Dr. Sam Truong, MD
3 Steps to Healthy Skin
STEP ONE: CONSULTATION
Treatment begins with an examination and consultation to learn each patient’s history and unique need. We then develop a customized treatment plan focused on fast, safe healing.
STEP TWO: TREATMENT
Phototherapy is administered in-office two to three times per week until visible signs of skin disease diminish or disappear. Patients are routinely evaluated and photographed to monitor progress.
STEP THREE: MAINTENANCE
Once an acceptable level of clearing or regimenting is achieved (typically after 10-30 treatments), treatments are reduced or stopped. If symptoms return, phototherapy can be safely restarted.