Rana Hassan, PA-C


Rana Hassan, PA-C is a Board Certified Physician Assistant with over 10 years of experience in medical, cosmetic, laser and surgical dermatology. Rana completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biological Sciences with a minor in Spanish. She then completed her graduate studies at Arcadia University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she received a Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies, including specialized dermatology training. Rana is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and has been practicing as a physician assistant in dermatology since her graduation in 2003.

Rana is licensed by the state of Maryland and Virginia to practice dermatology as part of Dr. Maragh’s team. Rana collaborates closely with Dr. Maragh to optimize patient care. She is qualified to diagnose and prescribe medications for patients and to perform dermatologic surgery, laser and cosmetic procedures including Botox and fillers. Rana is dedicated to patient education and is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Society for Dermatology Physician Assistants. Rana has been a member of the Maragh Dermatology team since 2008. Rana sees patients in the Ashburn and Warrenton, Virginia office locations.

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We here at Maragh Dermatology Surgery & Vein Institute have been monitoring the current COVID-19 pandemic very closely over the past few weeks. Our focus has been the health and safety of our employees and patients. We have continued to be extremely diligent in cleaning our office, high touch points, and patient exam rooms.  At this time, we feel that it is necessary to scale back our daily operations and limit the number of individuals in any given office. You may have already received a call from our office regarding your upcoming appointment.


We are rolling out our Teledermatology platform to continue to serve our patient needs for appointments.  You will be able to conduct an office visit real-time from your location with one of our providers to address your medical concerns and also to receive prescriptions and refills as necessary.  Teledermatology appointments will be available starting immediately Monday thru Friday 7:30am to 4:30pm. You may schedule these visits by calling any of the offices.

We will continue to have in-office hours available for urgent or emergent concerns.   Below is our current schedule for in-office hours for the week of March 23 – March 28.  All phone calls for all offices will be directed to the office that is open on that particular day.  Your chart will be readily available electronically for a provider to address your concerns from any office location.

We will have one location open per day starting March 23rd:

Monday: Ashburn Office will be open

Warrenton CLOSED

Rockville CLOSED

Tuesday: Warrenton Office will be open

Ashburn Office CLOSED

Rockville Office CLOSED

Wednesday: Rockville Open will be open

Ashburn Office CLOSED

Warrenton Office CLOSED

Thursday: Ashburn Office will be open

Rockville Office CLOSED

Warrenton Office CLOSED

Friday: Warrenton Office will be open

Ashburn Office CLOSED

Rockville Office CLOSED

We are available by phone throughout the week.  IF YOU CALL ANY OF THE OFFICE NUMBERS someone will pick up.  As always, we are available for EMERGENCIES in office during office hours or by phone after hours (after hours for EMERGENCIES ONLY).

Dr. Maragh and our entire team here at Maragh Dermatology, Surgery & Vein Institute thank you for your understanding during this time of change.  We will continue to have an open line of communication with you as changes may occur as we continue to follow federal and local government protocols.   Thank you and be safe.