Meet Dr. Andrew A. Hendricks

  • Board Certified in Dermatology
  • Board Certified in Cosmetic Surgery
  • Board Certified in Facial Cosmetic Surgery

Dr. Andrew Hendricks is the founder and Medical Director of Southeastern Dermatology PA. The mission of Dr. Hendricks and his staff is to provide excellent medical and cosmetic care in a comfortable office-based setting. Southeastern Dermatology PA is certified by AAAHC—Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care—which ensures safe, quality medical-surgical care.

Our office also offers advanced anti-aging medical and surgical therapies using PRP (platelet rich plasma), SVF (stromal vascular fraction), and autologous stem cell therapy using the patient’s own body for their own natural healing.

Professional Training

  • Princeton University, BA
  • University of Virginia, MD
  • University of Virginia Hospital
    Internship in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry
  • Johns Hopkins Medical Center
    Residency and Fellowship in Dermatology

Board Certifications

  • Board Certified by the American Board of Dermatology
  • Board Certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
  • Board Certified by the American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery


  • Voted Best Dermatologist by the readers of The Fayetteville Observer newspaper
  • Voted Best Dermatologist and Best Cosmetic Surgeon by the readers of The Robesonian newspaper
  • Voted Best Dermatologist and Best Cosmetic Surgeon by the readers of Robeson Living magazine
  • Recipient of the City of Fayetteville Medal for management of a medical emergency on board an American Airlines flight landing in Fayetteville, NC
  • Recovery of over $100 million in Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance fraud
  • Skin Cancer Awareness Lapel Pin Designed by Dr. Andrew A. Hendricks
    [Image: Lapel Pin Designed by Andrew A. Hendricks, MD]   [Image: Lapel Pin Designed by Andrew A. Hendricks, MD]
  • Knight, Order of Orange-Nassau [Dr. Hendricks was Knighted on September 7, 2009 by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands for his educational programs; Dr. Hendricks helped organize the State of New York’s 400th Anniversary Celebration in 2009.]


  • Associate Professor of Medicine, Methodist University
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine, Campbell University
  • American Academy of Dermatology
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
  • American Medical Association (AMA)
  • American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
  • American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery
  • American Society of Liposuction Surgery
  • North Carolina Medical Society
  • North Carolina Dermatology Society


  • New Netherland Museum, President
  • Holland Society, Board of Directors
  • New York Genealogical & Biographical Society
  • New Jersey Genealogical Society
  • Mayflower Society
  • Hendricks and Hendrickson Family Association
  • Hendricks Award by the New Netherland Institute


  • Dr. Hendricks is the author of numerous papers on diseases of the skin, hair, and nails.
    • As a second year medical student at the University of Virginia, he helped name and describe a new hair defect using light and electron microscopy.
    • During his dermatology residency at Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Dr. Hendricks was among the first to warn of the risks of CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation). His paper was initially rejected by the editors of JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) but was accepted after a special appeal from Dr. Hendricks. The protective measures described in Dr. Hendricks’ paper are now used in clinics and hospitals world-wide.
    • Dr. Hendricks was the first to document allergic reactions to topical nitroglycerine, the association between erythema annulare and ascariasis, the skin lesions of primary biliary cirrhosis, nail changes from daunorubicin therapy, cutaneous aspergillosis, and more.
  • Dr. Hendricks is the author of many papers on early American history particularly in reference to the founding of New Netherland. A book by Eduard van Breen, The Spirit of the Half Moon, published by the New Netherland Museum in 2016, describes Dr. Hendricks’ initiatives.