Phoenix Hospital Group is proud to host a Dermatological Centre of Excellence. With many options for medical skin care available, our specialist dermatologist team leads the way in advanced management and treatment.


Specialist Dermatology Care

Phoenix Hospital Group’s Dermatology service, is led by a team of experienced consultants who cover the whole breadth of this complex specialty. Whether for medical, surgical, or cosmetic care, our consultants provide expert guidance on the best treatments for your specific needs.

Virtual appointments

GMC registered

Same day appointments

Condition we treat

Our London and Essex Dermatologists use their extensive experience and clinical knowledge to optimise your bespoke care. We cover common conditions such as eczema, moles and acne up to complex conditions such as facial cancers, scar revisions and more.


Dermatologists use a procedure called acne extraction to remove whiteheads and blackheads that fail to clear with acne treatment.


Eczema and dermatitis mean the same thing; inflammation of the skin characterised by redness, swelling, itching and excoriation (scratch marks) in the acute form

Our consultant dermatologists can offer you expert treatment with a very good chance of dramatically improving your eczema.

Undiagnosed skin rashes

Skin conditions are often linked to irritation, clogged pores or inflammation caused by an infection or immune disorder. Symptoms include rashes, redness, itchiness and skin growths.

Skin infections such as fungus or viral warts

Using a combination of in-office treatments and medicines applied at home, skin infections can be treated successfully.

Nail disorders

Our dermatologists are often able to diagnose the infection by colour and form, although a full range of laboratory tests  are available in house.

Hair disorders

Our expert Dermatologists are able to diagnose and treat hair loss. They can tell you whether it’s FPHR or something else that is causing your hair loss.

Abnormal pigmentation

Some of the most common pigmented issues are birthmarks, macular stains, hemangiomas, port wine stains, while disorders include albinism, melasma, vitiligo and pigmentation loss due to skin damage.

Patients with suspected allergy (including those requiring patch tests)

A skin test is the most common kind of allergy test. Your skin is pricked with a needle that has a tiny amount of something you might be allergic to. If you have a rash or take a medicine that could affect the results of a skin test, you may need a blood test

Facial Cancers

If skin cancer is found early, it can usually be treated with topical medications, procedures done in the office by a dermatologist, or an outpatient surgery.


We understand the distressing nature of skin conditions and work to simultaneously minimise symptoms and improve your quality of life. Our Dermatologists have the expertise to deliver treatment for everything

Mole mapping (with or without photography)

If any of the following questions apply to you, we would suggest booking an appointment to see one of our expert Dermatologists for a peace of mind:

  • Do you have multiple moles (more than 50)?
  • Is there a history of skin cancer in your family?
  • Have you already been diagnosed with a melanoma?
  • Do you have large moles (more than 2 inches in diameter)?
  • Have you noticed any changes in your moles?
  • Have you noticed any new moles on your body?
  • Did you have severe, blistering sunburns during childhood or adolescence?
  • Do you have very light skin?


This procedure uses low temperatures to remove skin lesions by freezing them.


Dermoscopy requires a high quality magnifying lens and a powerful lighting system to allow the examination of skin structures and patterns.

Blood tests for allergies or systemic conditions

Our experienced dermatologists can often diagnose a skin condition without the need for investigations. However, at times, skin swabs, scrapings and nail clippings, biopsies, and blood samples are sent to the laboratory, and allergy testing or imaging is arranged.

Mycological examination

Mycological examination is the diagnostic procedure necessary to confirm a fungal disease.

Biopsy, Excision

Reasons to remove a skin lesion include:

  • To make a diagnosis
  • To improve the cosmetic appearance
  • To relieve symptoms (if a lesion is tender or prone to being knocked)
  • To remove an inflamed or frequently infected cyst.

Cosmetic treatments

Cosmetic dermatology is aimed at those who are looking to maintain their youthful appearance by reversing the signs of ageing or wanting to make aesthetic changes or improvements to their skin. Cosmetic dermatology may include treatments such as: Botox. Dermal fillers.

Why choose us?

A Consultant led service, from experts in their field, providing the highest level of care.

A dedicated and experienced team, able to cater for individual needs.

Same day diagnostic imaging and screening service.

State of the art facilities at the forefront of modern healthcare.

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