Beth H. Lertzman, MD



Main Location
Dermatology at Clifton Springs
4 Coulter Rd
Ste 1630
Clifton Springs, NY 14432
Accepting New Patients? Call the Office
WNY Genesee Valley Dermatology & Laser Centre
300 White Spruce Blvd
Rochester, NY 14623
Accepting New Patients? Yes



Dr. Beth Lertzman received her Bachelor of Arts in biology and chemistry at the University of Delaware, Honors Program, where she was elected to the Beta Biological Honor Society. She received her Doctor of Medicine from Hahnemann University Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1993.

Dr. Lertzman served an Internal Medicine Internship at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia in 1994. She completed her residency in Dermatology at Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, in 1997. During her residency, she published articles in peer-reviewed journals and presented papers at the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meetings.

Dr. Lertzman is board certified in Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology and the National Board of Medical Examiners.

She has developed a strong interest in performing chemical peels and Botox for facial rejuvenation. She has trained in various courses including those the American Academy of Dermatology. She has refined these procedures during her years in clinical practice. Dr. Lertzman’s extensive curriculum vitae details her experience, teaching, lectures, and journal articles.

  • Dermatology
  • Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • Dermatology and dermatologic surgery
  • 1993, Hahnemann University Hospital, MD
  • 6/1/1993-6/1/1994, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
  • 6/1994-7/1997, University of Rochester



Localized cutaneous Nocardia brasiliensis mimicking foreign body granuloma.

Cutis. 1998 Mar;61(3):161-3
Authors: Bhalodia AM, Lertzman BH, Kantor GR, Granick MS

Pulsed dye laser treatment of angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia lesions.

Arch Dermatol. 1997 Jul;133(7):920-1
Authors: Lertzman BH, McMeekin T, Gaspari AA

Drug treatment of skin and soft tissue infections in elderly long-term care residents.

Drugs Aging. 1996 Aug;9(2):109-21
Authors: Lertzman BH, Gaspari AA


Insurance Accepted
  • Aetna Healthcare (RGH does not participate with the Aetna Medicare Advantage Plan)
  • CareIQ
  • Cigna Healthcare
  • ElderONE
  • Empire Plan
  • Excellus BCBS
  • Fidelis Care of NY (RGH does not participate with Fidelis Medicare Plans)
  • First Niagara Business Works
  • Emblem Health
  • HealthNow NY (RGH does not participate with HealthNow Medicaid Plans)
  • Health Republic
  • Humana (RGH does not participate with Humana Medicare. Some patients are still covered in full while others may incur a 50% Co-insurance bill.)
  • Independent Health
  • Lifetime Benefits (formerly RMSCO)
  • Magnacare
  • Martin's Point - US Family Health Plan
  • Medicare
  • MetraComp
  • Monroe Plan
  • Multi Plan
  • MVP Healthcare
  • North American Administrators
  • NY Medicaid
  • OneCall Medical
  • Pomco
  • TriCare
  • United Healthcare
  • Value Options (Behavioral Health)
  • Wellcare of New York