Skip to content

Kenneth Galeckas, MD, FACMS, FAAD

Mohs Surgeon & Dermatologist

location pill

South Portland (100 Foden Road West)


Credentials Undergraduate and Graduate School Assumption College Boston University Medical School Boston University School of Medicine Residency Naval Medical Center San Diego, California Fellowship Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology University of Connecticut Board Certification Diplomate, American Board of Dermatology Member American Academy of Dermatology American College of Mohs Surgery American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Association of Military Dermatologists

Before I joined InterMed, I had the privilege of being an assistant professor at a large dermatology residency program. I can’t believe I have been at InterMed for over 10 years! My wife and I have two kids in college and one rescue dog. We love living in Maine. We especially love its beautiful beaches, snowy mountains, and great restaurant scene.


I am a fellowship-trained and board-certified Mohs micrographic and reconstructive surgeon. Mohs surgery is a precise method of moving skin cancers and offers the highest cure rate of any treatment available. I have received extensive training in dermatologic oncology including tumor removal and interpreting tissue slides with complex tumor biology.


I perform a wide breadth of cutaneous surgical reconstructions, ranging from simple closures to flaps, grafts and complicated multi-step repairs. I strive to provide compassionate, state-of-the-art care in a humanistic and ethical manner.


At InterMed, I can focus on patients and I’m lucky to work with a great clinical team. I have fun every day I come to work and love taking care of patients.


I was honored to be chosen as one of Maine’s top specialists in the 2013 Down East magazine physician survey. I am a proud 10-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, serving as a submarine and diving medical officer and dermatologist. I look forward to meeting and taking care of you.


Helpful links on Mohs Surgery and Skin Excision