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Kenneth Kulp, MD, practices dermatology in Cary, North Carolina. He and his office staff and nurses operate at his practice Kulp Dermatology. At his practice, along with helping his patients to maintain healthy skin, he performs dermatologic surgery. Kenneth Kulp, MD, treats a variety of skin issues, with the most common being acne, moles, psoriasis, rashes, rosacea, skin cancers, warts, and wrinkles.Dr. Kenneth Kulp earned his Doctoral degree in Medicine from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in 1974. After that, he obtained his medical license from the state of North Carolina and immediately obtained a general surgery internship with Penn State Hershey Medical Center, followed by another year of general surgery residency at the same institution. He then completed a dermatology residency at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Finally, in 1979, Kenneth Kulp, MD, began his private practice. As a practicing dermatologist, Dr. Kulp has been a member of a variety of professional organizations. In order to remain professionally relevant, Kenneth Kulp, MD, holds membership in a number of associations including the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, the International Society for Androgenic Disorders, the American Medical Association, and the Council for Nail Disorders, to name a few. Additionally, throughout his career, Dr. Kulp has consistently received awards for excellence. Awards he has received include the American Academy of Dermatology Continuing Medical Education Award, and the American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award.In his free time, Dr. Kulp participates in triathlons with his two daughters and one grandson. To stay fit, he walks, hikes, bikes, swims, and trains on aerobic exercise machines. He also spends time with his daughter raising awareness and funds for breast cancer. And, most especially, he enjoys spending time with his grandchild.

Work experience

Jan 1979Present

Owner, Dermatologist

Kulp Dermatology



Sep 1970Jun 1974


University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Sep 1968Jun 1970


University of North Carolina
Sep 1966Jun 1968

College of William and Mary

First 2 years of AB degree then transferred to University of NC