Anderson Office
2022 Cardinal Circle
Anderson, SC 29621
(864) 224-7577
   Seneca Office
106 Municipal Drive
Seneca, SC 29672
(864) 882-7747
   Abbeville Office
200 Carwellyn Road
Abbeville, SC 29620



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Pictured Left to Right:  Stephen Quarterman, PA-C,  Mark Quarterman, MD,  Lori Sloan, NP,  Vickie Stone, NP,  Owen Murry, NP,  George Lupton, MD (not shown), Luke O'Steen, MD (not shown)

At Anderson Skin & Cancer Clinic, we recognize that your choice of a dermatologist is driven both by the doctor's competency and personality. When searching for dermatological treatment, you need a dermatologist who is experienced, understanding and supportive. You get this caring attitude from all the staff at Anderson Skin & Cancer Clinic every day. Our staff works together as a team to be sure we are responsive to your needs and keep you informed about your health issues. We look forward to getting to know you.



           Dr. Mark Johnson Quarterman earned his AS degree from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and his BS in Biology from Armstrong State College. He attend The Medical College of Georgia where he earned his M.D. degree. After earning his degree, he completed an internship in Internal Medicine at the Georgia Baptist Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Quarterman's desire to pursue a career in dermatology lead him to a dermatology residency at The Medical College of Georgia. It was there, he was named the Chief Resident. He is board certified by the American Board of Dermatology. After finishing his Dermatology training, he completed a Dermatopathology fellowship at The Ohio State University. He is also board certified in dermatopathology by the American Board of Pathology. These two certifications allow Dr. Quarterman to review the clinical and pathological aspects of dermatology for his patients. He is able to interpret the pathology, first hand, in order to give the patient the highest quality of care. He also has a certification for Mohs Micrographic Surgery by the American Society for Mohs Micrographic Surgery and has performed many Mohs surgeries in the past twenty years. He was presented with the Annual Trainee Award for 1997 by the Archives of Dermatology (Arch Dermatol/Vol 134, Mar 1998, pg.343). This award is bestowed to the dermatology resident or fellow who was the first author for the most meritorious original research article published in the Archives of Dermatology of a given year. This is an international award. Dr. Quarterman has presented many cases at professional meetings and conferences, participated in numerous research projects, and has written multiple journal and abstract articles. He has been in private practice in Anderson, South Carolina since 1996.  He and his wife, Tricia have three children, Laura, Christina and Mark, Jr.

George P. Lupton, M.D. 

    Dr. Lupton is a 1967 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.  He attended medical school at Wake Forest University (1972-1976) and completed his internship in Internal Medicine (1976-1977) and his residency in Dermatology (1977-1980) at Letterman Army Medical Center, Presidio of San Francisco, California. After completing fellowship training in Dermatopathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) in 1984, Dr. Lupton served as Chief, Dermatopathology, and Assistant Chief, Dermatology, at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.  He returned to the AFIP as Chair of the Department of Dermatopathology in 1988. After a distinguished military career lasting over 27 years, Dr. Lupton retired from the U.S. Army Medical Corps in 1994 and was selected as Distinguished Scientist, American Registry of Pathology and in this capacity continued to serve as Chair, Department of Dermatopathology at the AFIP until its closure in 2011, a span of 23 years.  As Director of the AFIP Dermatopathology Fellowship Program, Dr. Lupton trained 40 fellows during this period. In 2003, Dr. Lupton was awarded the newly endowed Elson B. Helwig Chair in Dermatopathology at the AFIP.  He now serves as Senior Dermatopathologist at the Defense Health Agency Joint Pathology Center, the new organization formed upon closure of the AFIP to continue to provide pathology consultation to the US Military and VA. Dr. Lupton has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Cutaneous Pathology and the American Journal of Dermatopathology.  He has 97 publications and several textbook chapters to his credit.  He co-edited a well-received Dermatologic Clinics monograph entitled “New Developments in Dermatopathology”.  In addition, he has delivered 165 scientific presentations at national and international meetings and directed 18 courses, conferences and symposia. Dr. Lupton has been affiliated with the Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic since 1985 and, being a native Carolinian, enjoys returning to his Southern roots several times each year to provide patient care at both our Anderson and Seneca offices.  In the non-medical arena, interests pursued and enjoyed by Dr. Lupton include Art, Music, Literature and Nature – the Big Four as he calls them.  Painting has been an especially joyful creative outlet over the years.  His wife Kennie and son Stewart have been his ardent spirits throughout. Drl. Lupton retired from Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic in November 2016. He will be greatly missed by the staff and his patients.    


Dr. Luke O’Steen was born in Greenville, South Carolina. He attended the Honors College at the College of Charleston where he graduated summa cum laude with degrees in Biology and Chemistry. He then attended the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) where he earned his MD. For his internship, Dr O’Steen trained in Internal Medicine at Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans. He then traveled across the country to Los Angeles, CA to complete his Dermatology residency at Kaiser Permanente, where he served as Chief Resident. Dr O’Steen is interested in combining his skills in medical dermatology, dermatologic surgery, and dermatopathology to provide his patients with comprehensive skin care. He is the oldest of five boys. In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, travelling, fantasy football, and spending time with his fiancé Lea and his younger brothers.



        Vickie Stone began her career with Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic in 1970, after receiving her Medical Laboratory Technician degree from Greenville Technical College. While working at Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic, she went back to school to pursue a nursing degree. She earned an Associate Degree in Nursing from Greenville Technical College, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Clemson University, and a Master of Science Advanced Practice Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner from Clemson University. She was awarded the Academic award from Greenville Technical College. She was awarded the Dermatology Nurse Research Award from the Dermatology Nurses' Association. She also received the Master's Excellence Award from Clemson University. She has taken the Dermatology Nursing Certification Board and now is a Dermatology Certified Nurse Practitioner. She is a member of Sigma Theta tau, Honor Society of Nursing. She serves as a preceptor to graduate students from Clemson University. She has attended many dermatology workshops and conferences. She presently sees patients in our Anderson and Seneca offices. Vickie, a native of Belton, has two sons, Jeremy and Brandon,  two daughter in-laws, Elizabeth Heller Stone and Ashby Welborn Stone, and has three grandchildren, Patrick, Edie Kate and Cailyn. She was married to Eddie Stone. He passed away in 2007. Vickie has been the pianist at her church, Bethany Baptist, for the past 35 years. She enjoys visits from her grandchildren, the YMCA, her yellow lab, Lucy and singing in her church choir.



        Stephen A. Quarterman, a native of Savannah, Georgia, attended Armstrong State University and South University where he graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Physician Assistant Studies. He has been practicing Dermatology for 15 years, 10 of which have been with Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic.  He is a Fellow in the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, the South Carolina Dermatological Association, South Carolina Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants and the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Mr. Quarterman and his wife, Becky have two sons, Luke and John, who are active in local school activities and athletics. They are active members of Boulevard Baptist Church and enjoy golfing, hunting and a variety of outdoor activities.


    Owen J. Murry Jr., FNP,BC was born and raised in Savannah, Ga. He attended Armstrong Atlantic State University where he obtained Bachelor of Science degrees in both Health Science and Nursing. He worked as an emergency room nurse prior to completing his Master of Science degree in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner in 2001 at Georgia Southern University. He received his Dermatology training at the Georgia Skin and Cancer Clinic with Dr. Sidney Smith prior to moving to Anderson in 2005 to join the Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic. Owen is board certified by the American Nurse Credentialing Center and is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the Upstate Nurse Practitioner Association. He currently serves as a preceptor for nurse practitioner students from Clemson University, as well as, medical students and resident physicians. Owen is married with two children and enjoys hunting, fishing and playing tennis


          Lori Sloan attended Clemson University and received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2002. In 2009, Lori obtained her Masters of Science in Nursing for Family Nurse Practitioner at the University of South Carolina. She obtained her national certification for Family Nurse practitioner from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She previously worked as a registered nurse in the Emergency Department at Anmed Health and as a flight nurse for SkyCare Air Medical Services. In 2010, she joined Drs. Quarterman and Lupton where she received special training in dermatology under Dr. Quarterman. Lori has a special interest in pediatric dermatology. She was raised in Pendleton, South Carolina where she currently resides with her husband and two children. Lori is commited to providing her patients with personalized high quality medical care while focusing on wellness, prevention, and education.





Anderson Office - 2022 Cardinal Circle Anderson, SC 29621 (864) 224-7577
Seneca Office - 106 Municipal Drive Seneca, SC 29672 (864) 882-7747
Abbeville Office - 200 Carwellyn Road Abbeville, SC 29620 1-800-922-SKIN