As an alternative to a face-to-face appointment, you may have been previously been offered a virtual assessment using our MySkinDoctor app. If you previously declined, then you are welcome to use the app with the code that was initially texted to you.
Please visit myskindoctor.co.uk for further details on how to download and use our app. If you require a face-to-face appointment, we will be in contact by telephone or letter to arrange this for you.
Due to UK Government regulations, as of Monday 15th June 2020, all patients will be required to wear a face covering when attending their outpatient appointment. Unfortunately we cannot provide you with a face mask. Therefore we ask all patients provide their own and failure to wear a face covering may result in you being turned away and your appointment rescheduled.
Services for our NHS Patients
We warmly welcome all our NHS patients to our Dermatology Services. The Brighton, Sussex, Surrey and West Kent Dermatology Services are specialist NHS service for those patients requiring treatments in these areas. Our team of over 40 Consultants and GP’s with Special Interest (GPwSI) help to provide patients with rapid access to specialist opinion, and we can also provide care locally for patients, with a choice of different clinic locations across Sussex and Surrey.
Please click below for information specific to each service:
The service is part of a new government initiative to provide patients with care closer to home, and has been commissioned by local Clinical Commissioning Groups.
Receiving treatment can be a daunting time for patients, we ensure that we will do our very best to make all patients feel comfortable and looked after during their time with us. Our staff members have all been selected because of their experience and expertise in the field of Dermatology. Our Consultant Dermatologists are some of the most respected Consultants within the world, so you will always be in safe hands.
For further information regarding your treatment or condition please click here
We provide a telephone help-line for patients with general enquiries regarding the service. The help-line is staffed from 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday, and you are welcome to give us a call if you have any questions about your appointment or care within the service. We also provide all our patients with our patient helpline number so that if you ever have a question or a concern there is someone there to speak with. You can find this number on your appointment letter and on our Contact Information page
Please Note for NHS Patients:
- The maximum wait for a clinic appointment is 6-weeks
- We can only see NHS patients registered in certain areas
- A referral letter is needed from your GP before we can make an appointment
- All referrals must meet our referral guidelines