angela fulton, pa-c
MAKING PEOPLE FEEL GOOD IN THEIR OWN SKIN…
At first blush, Angela Fulton was like any other small-town Carnation girl who fancied her horses, 4-H, raised her own chickens, and always had a sketchbook in her hand. Her home was a loving but silent one — both parents are deaf and American Sign Language is her first language.
When she was just 15, she worked at a small medical clinic in Duvall in records. The doctors she worked with encouraged her to chase her dream but she had no idea how she was going to pay for it. But that wasn’t going to stop her — not much gets in her way.
She left high school to take college courses through the Running Start program, worked as a medical assistant for six years, and then applied to Physicians Assistant School. She got in the first time.
Earlier years of battling acne led her to shadow her own dermatologist — Dr. Peter Cooperrider. That’s when she realized dermatology was her calling and she has worked at Strother Dermatology since — 13 years and counting.
She treats all kinds of skin conditions from acne and warts, to skin cancer checks. And as the Director of Aesthetics for Strother Dermatology, she's particularly passionate about laser treatments, Botox, Juvederm, and more.
“I truly have my heart and soul in the aesthetic nature of dermatology and have found that I can use my artistic side to restore our aging face to its natural and youthful look,” she said. “I like that I make people feel better about themselves and confident in their own skin.”
Fulton is married and has two children. She lives in Kirkland.