Patients & Visitors

Dermatology Clinic

C42

COVID-19 (coronavirus):

Important advice for individuals taking immunosuppressive treatments for their skin condition:

The dermatology department is comprised of a team of Consultants, an Associate Specialist,
a full-time Senior Sister in Dermatology, two Dermatology Junior Sisters, three Skin Cancer Specialist Nurses and nursing staff dedicated to providing a comprehensive service for patients with all types of skin disorders and skin lesions. We are supported by our reception and administration staff who we work with closely.

Read more about us below.

Appointments: 01225 821821

More about the Clinic

  • Friendly, consultant-led department.
  • Outstanding Dermatology Day Treatment Centre manned by nurses
    supervised by an experienced Dermatology Nurse Manager
  • Team of Skin Cancer Specialist Nurses to provide expert care for patients with skin cancer including photodynamic therapy for superficial sun damage
  • Team of dermatology sisters, who undertake out-patient clinics for patients
  • Specialist clinics for vulval disease, paediatric dermatology, immunosuppressed patients, patients on biologic therapy. International consultant expertise in contact allergy, rheumatological skin disease, vulval and paediatric eczema
  • Close senior consultant collaboration in dermatology/rheumatology clinics which allows collaborative research work for patients with psoriasis and connective tissue diseases
  • Contributor to biologics registry for UK (BADBIR), to clinical trials and a lead centre for national allergy audits
  • Senior consultant who edits the Community Dermatology Journal on behalf of the International Foundation for Dermatology and regular contributor to Rook's Textbook of Dermatology

Remote service for cancer patients

A new remote service FREE to anyone in the UK with suspicion or confirmed diagnosis of cancer.

Macmillan and partners cancer exercise specialists offer patients advice, support and resources to maintain and improve their physical and mental well being.Initially during the COVID19 response phase and intended to become an enduring national offer, subject to evidence of impact. Patients can self refer here:

Providing photographs ahead of your appointment

If you have been requested to submit photographs ahead of your appointment with a member of the team, please read this guidance on how to take your images.

Photographs should be submitted to ruh-tr.dermatologyphotographs@nhs.net along with your name, DOB, date and time of your appointment.

Please note that we are unable to review photographs without an appointment.
To book an appointment with the team, please contact us on 01225 825658

Tell us what you think

Tell us what you think about your Phototherapy Treatment Experience

We want to ensure that we are providing the best experience possible for our patients. What you tell us will be used to evaluate the service we provide, review the success of the Phototherapy Treatment Experience and help us to improve patient experience. Please tell us your views by completing a Phototherapy Treatment - Patient Experience Questionnaire, all responses are anonymous.

Any improvements made as a result of your feedback will be displayed in the Dermatology Department.

Tell us what you think about your experience of attending the One Stop Clinic

We want to ensure that we are providing the best experience possible for our patients. What you tell us will be used to evaluate the service we provide, review the success of the One Stop Clinic and help us to improve patient experience.

Please tell us your views by completing the One Stop Clinic questionnaire. All responses are anonymous. Any improvements made as a result of your feedback will be displayed in the Dermatology department.

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