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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Joanna Gach at Spire include:
Aesthetic Dermatology, Hair and nail disease, Inflammatory skin disease, Paediatric dermatology, Acne, Mole check and mole removal, Skin infections, Blistering skin disease.
I have been a Consultant Dermatologist since 2005, having graduated in 1993 in Poland. After graduation I trained in General Medicine in the United Kingdom and became a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1999. Following that I trained exclusively in Dermatology and received my Higher Specialist Training in Dermatology in the West Midlands. I became a recognised specialist in the field of adult and paediatric skin disease, skin cancer and aesthetic dermatology. I work for the NHS at the University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, where I am responsible for the paediatric dermatology and genital dermatoses clinics. I consult privately at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull.
I offer a wide range of procedures, including mole, warts, and skin tags removal, acne treatment, management of photo ageing and pigmentation problems. I am the author of numerous peer reviewed publications and regularly present at the national and international meetings.
Hair and nail disease
Inflammatory skin disease
DM / Medical School in Lublin, Poland / 1993
Doctor of Medicine
Royal College of Physicians
British Association of Dermatologist
British Society for Paediatric Dermatology
European Academy of Dermato-Venerolgy
Medical Protection Society
British Medical Association
Consultant Dermatologist, University Hospital Coventry, Warwickshire NHS Trust and Birmingham Children's HospitalBack to top
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