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As part of our long-standing partnership, we will be dedicating much of our resources to the NHS. As a result some of the treatments are being suspended and as a result we are reviewing all planned procedures and consultations.
Our consultant dermatologists provide diagnosis and treatment for a range of skin problems such as skin cancer, eczema and psoriasis.
They can also remove cysts, warts and skin tags and reduce scarring that may be the result of burns, injury, previous surgery, acne or chickenpox.
The skin is our biggest organ, and just like any other part of our body it can become damaged. We offer specialist opinion, diagnosis and treatment for skin problems such as skin cancer, eczema, psoriasis and skin lesions. We also offer a range of skin treatments that can help boost your appearance such as dermabrasion, chemical peels and skin tag removal. Whether your skin is damaged or you're unhappy with your appearance, you will be treated by a medical team who understand what you’re feeling and are here to help you take control of your life. Since 2007, we’ve invested £500 million in our 38 modern, well equipped hospitals and in training our medical staff to help make sure we’re always delivering the best care we can.
Your treatment will be tailored around you and you can see the cosmetic consultant you want at a time to suit you from across our network of 39 hospitals and many clinics across the UK. All our consultants are on the specialist register of the General Medical Council and many are also members of the UK’s leading cosmetic and plastic surgery associations. We have won many awards for the quality of our healthcare and have received high satisfaction ratings from our patients.
09 March 2020
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30 January 2020
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