The dermatology department provides care and treatment for all types of skin conditions.
What we offer
The dermatology outpatient department provides the following services:
- skin cancer service - all potential skin cancers are seen within 14 days and treatment is managed by the North Middlesex skin cancer multidisciplinary team
- cryotherapy (liquid nitrogen) to treat skin lesions
- skin patch testing
- skin prick testing for hypersensitivity
- eczema and psoriasis clinics
- paediatric clinics and access to home care service
- access to cosmetic camouflage services
- dermatology emergencies such as acute bullous eruptions, erythroderma and toxic epidermal necrolysis
- we offer a phototherapy service with state-of-the art psoralen ultraviolet radiation (PUVA) and ultraviolet build (UVB) equipment to treat psoriasis, vitiligo and severe eczema
We undertake dermatological surgery including the excision of skin cancers, biopsies of skin lesions, rashes and the removal of other lumps and bumps.
Adult clinics are held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and a paediatric clinic every Friday. Acutely ill dermatology patients should be referred to specialist units.
Dr Nick Mann – consultant dermatologist
Dr Sarah Pruneddu – consultant dermatologist
Maureen Hynes - nurse specialist (PUVA)
Outpatients, in the main building, level 0.
How to refer
Through a GP or doctor.
Clinic appointments 020 8887 3663 / 3664 / 3665 / 3389 / 3863
Secretary 020 8887 2426
To cancel or change an appointment
or alternatively ring our call centre 020 8887 3663 /3664 (Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm)
Page last updated April 2016