Clearing up skin issues

27 November 2019

Event details

Date: Wednesday 27 November 2019

Time: 7pm

Consultant: Dr Paul Norris

Venue: Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital - find us

Join us for an informative evening with Dr Paul Norris who will be looking at adult skin issues.

Dr Paul Norris has experience of general dermatology including conditions such as acne, eczema, dermatitis, and vitiligo. His main area of interest is skin cancer diagnosis and screening, including mole checks. He performs skin cancer and benign skin lesion removal surgery as well as photodynamic and cryotherapy for precancerous skin lesions. This evening will give you the ability to hear from Dr Norris and get your questions answered.

At the event

There’ll be light refreshments, information to take away and plenty of opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed environment. The Spire team will be on hand should you wish to have a tour of the hospital and meet some of the nursing team.

On the evening you will be able to speak to a representative from L’Oréal who will be showcasing their products.

How to book

Book your place today by completing the booking form below, calling 01223 266900 or you can email us.

The event is free but numbers are limited.

Free car parking is available.

We look forward to welcoming you to Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital.

Please note, our ‘meet the surgeon’ events are an opportunity to ask any questions you may have and are not a formal outpatient consultation. If you wish to proceed to surgery, a full outpatient consultation will usually be required. Please ask us for more details on this.

Dermatology evening

To register your interest please complete the form

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Thank you for showing your interest in our upcoming event. One of the team will contact you with final details.