What we do
The dermatology team provides a comprehensive service for adults and children with skin problems. In addition to the general skin clinic, there are specialist clinics for early diagnosis and management of skin cancer, mole checks, children's dermatology, hyperhidrosis, cutaneous infections, vulval skin disorders and cutaneous sarcoid.
We work closely with other specialists at King's and have particular expertise in the management of connective tissue skin disease, graft versus host disease, skin surveillance in liver and renal transplant recipients and skin problems in ethnic minority populations.
Southwark Community Dermatology
We also work together with Guy's and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Improving Health Limited to provide community dermatology services in Southwark. This service sees patients with a wide range of skin conditions who are registered with a Southwark GP.
Ground floor, Normanby Building, King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS
- Main Reception: +44 (0)20 3299 3258
- Dermatology Secretaries (All): firstname.lastname@example.org
Conditions we treat
In addition to general dermatology clinics, we also hold specialist clinics for:
- paediatric dermatology
- rapid access skin cancer
- cutaneous surgery
- vulval dermatoses
- connective tissue diseases
- botox therapy for axillary hyperhidrosis
- cutaneous surveillance for solid organ transplant recipients
- psychological support for patients with skin disorders within the department.
Facilities include two dedicated minor operation theatres, phototherapy facilities (TL01 and PUVA), day treatment facilities, nurse-led clinics and iontophoresis.
Booking a patient at King's
GPs should refer via NHS e-referral (e-RS) wherever possible.
Other ways to refer
Southwark GPs referring to Community Dermatology: referral information is on the GSTT Southwark Community Dermatology webpage.
Other healthcare professionals can email routine referrals to kch-tr.KCHReferrals@nhs.net
GPs: to make an urgent referral, use NHS e-Referral and state that the referral is urgent.
Other referrers can speak directly with the Duty Registrar to arrange for a patient to be seen urgently, by calling 020 3299 9000 Bleep 214.
For suspected cancer referrals use the two week wait pathway.
For advice and guidance for urgent referrals contact the Duty Registrar on 020 3299 9000 Bleep 214.
For advice and guidance for routine referrals email kch-tr.KCHReferrals@nhs.net.
Key Clinical Staff
|Dr Saqib Bashir||Consultant Dermatologist with a Special Interest in Dermatological Surgery|
|Dr Saqib Bashir||Consultant Dermatologist/Dermatological Surgeon|
|Dr Tanya Basu||Consultant Dermatologist|
|Dr Ai-Lean Chew||Consultant|
|Dr Daniel Creamer||Consultant|
|Ms Mariette de Vos||modern matron|
|Dr Emilia Williamson Duarte Williamson||Consultant|
|Mrs Jenny Geh||consultant Plastic surgeon|
|Dr Sacha Goolamali||Consultant Dermatologist|
|Prof Chris Griffiths||Consultant|
|Dr Zainab Laftah||Locum Consultant Dermatologist|
|Dr Theng Lew||Consultant Dermatologist|
|Mx Sara Pruneddu||Dermatology Consultant|
|Dr Sweta Rai||Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon|
|Dr Emily Rudd||Dermatology Consultant|
|Dr Angela Tewari||Consultant|
|Dr Sarah Walsh||Consultant Dermatologist|
|Dr Fiona Worsnop||Consultant Dermatologist|