Skin care

Dermatology is the study and treatment of a wide range of skin conditions from minor but irritating conditions like fungal infections to serious conditions such as skin cancer.

Royal Free London (RFL)

The dermatology team at the Royal Free London provides care for adults and children with skin conditions. We also provide a range of specialist clinics. We provide services at Barnet Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital, as well as community dermatology services at venues in Camden and Barnet.

RFL provides an emergency and out-of-hours dermatology service. There are clinics for people with acute, urgent skin conditions. GPs can refer you to this service via the dermatology on-call registrar. The on-call dermatology registrar can be contacted via switchboard on 0207 794 0500, Extension 36000.

To see the Dermatology section of the RFL website, please click on the link below:

British Society for Skin Care in Immunosuppressed Individuals (BSSCII)

BSSCII’s purpose is to promote improved patient management and medical and scientific research that is relevant for skin diseases in immunocompromised individuals including organ transplant recipients, those on long term immunosuppresive medications, haematological conditions and HIV infection.

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British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)

Many patients may develop a skin cancer called basal cell carcinoma and melanoma. This higher risk is caused by immunosuppressive medications.

BAD provide information about skin cancer for patients with an organ transplant.

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