People You Need To Know Magazine
People You Need to Know Magazine has featured Dr. Nikki Hill in the 2018 Atlanta Business Women of the Year edition. Find a copy in Whole Foods and other local stores to read more on Dr. Hill’s practice, hair and skin philosophies, and what’s to come next from this Hair Loss Expert.
Take Your Skin From Summer to Fall with Dr. Nikki Hill. Learn how changes of season affect your skin and how to adjust your regimen.
At the SOCAH Center, dermatologist Nikki Hill, MD, practices concierge, subscription-based medicine. Read more about her concierge model of care and why Dr. Hill has chosen this model for her patients at the SOCAH Center.
The Daily Beast
Dr. Nikki Hill has made contribution to speculations in The Daily Beast regarding our president’s hair loss fix. Read the article for more on the presumed sexual and emotional side effects of Finasteride.
Dr. Hill helps get everyone at ModernHair Salon on the same page about hair loss at a scientific level including anatomy, growth cycles, scarring and non-scarring hair disorders, diagnosing hair disorders and salon revenue builders, so salon professionals can develop a plan of attack.
Dr. Nikki Hill advises stylists to set standards for selecting a medical professional partner that has goals and philosophies in line with their own in order to help boost their hair-loss business.
Dr. Nikki Hill contributed to the discussion at Hair+ Summit helping heighten knowledge of hair loss with her review of follicle anatomy and how to recognize the different causes for hair loss.
The Direct Primary Care Journal
At The Skin of Culture and Hair Center, we treat and heal the whole individual and enlighten our patients on how a healthy holistic lifestyle supports healthier skin, hair, and nails.
Read Dr. Hill’s interview in VoyageATL, March 2017
Today we’d like to introduce you to Dr. Nikki Hill.
Dr. Hill, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I am a first generation doctor for my family. I knew I wanted to help people when I was younger. I decided on medicine when I noticed first-hand how kindly my great grandmother was treated by a doctor caring for her during her last few days. I wanted to prevent hurt and pain for others. I went to Clark Atlanta University where I was instilled with my passion to push forward through trials, errors, and setbacks and learned the true meaning of their school motto, “Find a way or make one.” I’ve used this motto as a torch to light my paths to this day and continue to blaze trails on uncharted territory where I can.
I trained with dermatologists who specialize in hair loss around the country, studied cases and researched treatments to be able to aid my patients in the future and become one of the few hair loss specialists in the nation. I found the time necessary to learn about someone’s hair journey wouldn’t fit in a traditional practice. I knew before graduating residency I would have to open my own practice. After taking and passing my step 3 boards, 3 months later graduating from residency, one month later taking and passing my dermatology boards, immediately, I took my first locum teen job in GA. I continued with other practices in GA and SC and saved until I could open my practice, known as Skin of Culture and Hair Center in Tucker, GA. I love what I do. I love that I can take my time, see my patients for an hour, find answers and address all of their dermatology concerns. A lot of my patients are busy people and may not have time to take off work or use up sick/vacation days so I offer virtual follow-up visits. It’s great. We are entering into our second year and picking up momentum. We have started offering comprehensive cosmetic, medical, pediatric, and surgical services while offering hair loss services-medical and aesthetic and procedural-including medical treatments, platelet rich plasma, scalp micropigmentation, and offering hair loss courses for cosmetologists who are the front line defense against hair loss.