Dr Manjit Kaur
BMedSci (Hons), BMBS, FRCP, PGCMedEd, CCT
I am an experienced Consultant Dermatologist practising general dermatology, skin oncology and skin surgery. I pride myself in delivering high-quality patient-centred care and achieving high patient satisfaction levels. My key interests include the following areas: hair and scalp disorders, photodermatoses (light-induced skin problems) and phototherapy, skin cancer, photodynamic therapy, inflammatory skin disease including acne, eczema, psoriasis, allergy and use of botulinum toxin for axillary hyperhidrosis/aesthetics.
Having completed my undergraduate training with honours at the University of Nottingham, I returned to the West Midlands to complete my general medical training at University Hospitals Birmingham where I successfully obtained membership in the Royal College of Physicians, London, in 2003.
I have exclusively trained in Dermatology since 2003 and have regularly presented papers at local, regional and international meetings and have won several regional and national prizes for my efforts.
I am qualified as a teacher in medical education at the University of Wolverhampton and regularly deliver lectures for medical students, allied medical professionals, trainees and GPs. I have been an invited lecturer for local, regional and national educational events and training courses including: St Johns Photodermatology course (2009 and 2011), British Hair and Nail Society course (2012 and 2018), British Association of Dermatologists clinical update meeting (2015), West Midlands Practical Allergy Course (2015, 2016, 2017), British Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons annual conference (2020), Institute of Trichologists CPD seminar (2019) and PULSE live (2017, 2019, 2020). In 2016, I hosted a national course on daylight photodynamic therapy (PDT) at Solihull Hospital. I was awarded a fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons in 2016 (FRCP).
Being involved in research gives me a better understanding of dermatological diseases and new treatments. I have been a principal investigator for three national research studies in hair disease and photodynamic therapy between 2015-2020.
I received excellent care and treatment at Spire Little Aston Hospital. I had a treatment called 'Photodynamic Therapy' that was overseen by Dr Kaur and carried out by Nurse Tracy Ingle. Both ladies were extremely professional, friendly and made me feel relaxed whilst having this procedure.
I think it’s also important to mention that I have seen Dr Kaur several times over the past few years. She has always been professorial, friendly and extremely knowledgeable.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Manjit Kaur at Spire include:
All general dermatological problems eg eczema, psoriasis, acne, allergy, photosensitive skin problems as well as hair and scalp disorders.
Spire Little Aston Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
BMedSci (Hons) / University of Nottingham / 1998
Bachelor of medical science
Degree awarded for basic science research.
BMBS / University of Nottingham / 2000
Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery
Degree given to junior doctors after completion of 5 years medical degree.
MRCP / Royal College of Physicians of London / 2003
Membership to Royal College of Physicians
Awarded by merit to postgraduate doctors in training.
PGCMedEd / University of Wolverhampton / 2008
Post Graduate Certificate of Medical Education
CCT (Dermatology) / West Midlands Deanery for training / 2008
Certificate of Completion of Training
Qualification awarded for completion of higher specialist training in Dermatology.
FRCP / Royal College of Physicians of London / 2016
Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians
Awarded by merit to senior specialist doctors.
I am lead for the photodynamic therapy service at Good Hope Hospital. I am lead for the hair service and topical immunotherapy service at University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
I enjoy contributing new knowledge to my field, and I am an author on more than 25 publications in peer-reviewed journals and more than 40 published abstracts presented at national and international scientific congresses.
I have more than 25 peer-reviewed publications including:
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University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (Solihull and Goodhope Hospitals)
In my spare time, I enjoy fine dining/cooking, travelling, keeping fit and spending time with family and friends.