Angela J. Wyatt, M.D.
Dermatologist and Dermatopathologist
A native of Scottsdale, Arizona, I attended Chaparral High School. Even then, I was interested in health sciences, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Arizona State University. Just before starting medical school I was fortunate to have lived in Cuernavaca, in Mexico, for several months while attending Centro Bilingue's International Language school. That experience expanded my love of Spanish and taught me about the beautiful local culture and people.
Living in Mexico also prepared me to serve first as a translator, and then as a medical student at the Commitment to Underserved People Program Refugee Clinic during medical school at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson. I was honored by the Ciba-Geigy Award for volunteering hundreds of community service hours at that clinic during those years, which sharpened my desire to help others through medicine and to pursue excellence in my studies. I was again honored, this time by my classmates, with the Bernard Revsin Memorial Scholarship Award for those pursuits and for supporting those around me. I also completed a Post-Sophomore Pathology Fellowship at the University of Arizona, during which I was recognized for excellence in teaching medical histology.
Following an internship in Internal Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine, I moved to New York City to complete a Dermatology residency at the New York Weill Cornell Medical Center, where I served as Chief Resident and was awarded the Distinguished Housestaff Award. I had the privilege of working at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, as well as Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx.
Although I started subspecialty training in pathology at Tulane University in New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina caused me and many others to move to Houston, Texas. There, I completed my Dermatopathology Fellowship at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. After fellowship training I joined a local dermatology group, in which exceptional and compassionate patient care was my goal. In 2009, I was selected as a Regional Top Doctor. During my time in Houston, I worked as a managing partner in the practice and developed a successful dermatopathology laboratory before moving closer to family in Arizona to start Angela Wyatt Dermatology. I continue to be actively involved in volunteer efforts with resident education, particularly the Baylor Dermatology Residents, and on April 06-07, 2019 will hold my 18th Annual Dermatopathology Review Course virtually due to COVID-19 which is free for residents and fellows to help them with Board preparation.
I am board certified in both Dermatology and Dermatopathology by the American Board of Dermatology and the American Board of Pathology. I love teaching, and over the years have lectured locally and nationally on a variety of topics. I have also been recognized in the use of BOTOX Cosmetic, Juvéderm®, and RADIESSE® as a National Trainer and Faculty Member, and have trained other physicians as to the safe and effective use of those products. I have also had my work published in medical journals and textbooks, and have participated in several clinical trials studying treatments for acne, psoriasis and rosacea. Ultimately, my goal to provide exceptional and compassionate care for patients continues to motivate me.
My husband, Michael, and son, Ethan, are also excited to be living in wonderful Northern Arizona. Ethan was born in 2007 and is living out his rambunctious toddler years with gusto. Michael and I were married in Central Park in 2005 and are thrilled to be spending more time together, even though it may be in the office. We have two four legged companions, Willie and Sage. Willie is a snow loving Black Labrador. Sage a 140 pound Rhodesian Ridgeback who's a big baby at heart. We all look forward to getting to know the community and providing the best possible care to each and every patient.
-Angela Wyatt, M.D.
Marlo Puentes Montoya
Certified Medical Assistant
I was born in Newport News, VA and have lived in Flagstaff for thirty five years. My husband, Christopher, and I have been together for sixteen years. We have three wonderful children, Alette, Dominic, and Isabella.
I attended College America and graduated in 2007 with an Associates Degree in Medical Assisting. I began my career working with Guadalupe Woodson, FNP as a medical assistant. In 2008 I went to work at Northern Arizona University Fronske, now known as Campus Health Services. I worked at NAU for six years as a medical assistant. I started working for Angela Wyatt Dermatology in June 2013. Since then I have become a Certified Medical Assistant. I enjoy working with Dr. Wyatt and learning about skin.
I plan on returning to school int he future to further my education in nursing. In my spare time I enjoy being with my kids and my husband.
- Marlo Montoya
Amy Raab, HTL (ASCP)
Laboratory Manager, Certified Histotechnologist
I was born in Florissant, MO and grew up in the rural town of Carly, IL with my five siblings. In 1989 I received a swimming/diving scholarship to Delta State University in Cleveland, MS. Not only was I the number one collegiate diver in MS all four years, but I also managed to obtain a BS, MSNS and a loving husband, Scot Raab.
From here we headed to Hattiesburg, MS where my histology career began at Puckett Laboratory. After Scot graduated with his masters from USM we moved to Greenwood, SC. I worked there for a couple of years at Self Memorial Hospital. By this time I had earned my HT(ASCP)HTL.
It was then onto Orlando, FL. I was the supervisor of Orlando Regional Medical Center's histology department for the next six years. After getting my QIHC, having my first child, Jillian, and being pregnant with number two, Amelia, I decided to just work weekends for ORMC for the next four years.
In 2011 the family relocated to Flagstaff where we both currently have awesome jobs and the girls love the schools and community activities.
- Amy Raab
I am a native of Phoenix, Arizona however my family moved to Houston, TX during my early childhood. After graduating from high school, I attended college and later started a family of my own. Although I've called Houston home for many years, I always knew that one day I'd move back to Arizona.
I have worked in the healthcare field for over 15 years, specializing in medical billing and coding. I was the Business Office Manager of a large practice in Houston for several years before recently relocating to Flagstaff.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, traveling and singing!
- Natasha Thompson