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Self- paying patients: New £150
Follow Up: £100
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SPIRE HARPENDEN HOSPITAL
I have been practising at the Spire Harpenden since 2011. Conditions treated include, but are not limited to-
all forms of eczema, psoriasis, lichen planus, acne, rosacea, skin infections eg fungal infections, allergic contact dermatitis, moles, sun damage and skin cancer including surgery. Patch testing is offered in London or St Albans. Benign conditions such as skin tags, seborrheic warts, and ‘lumpy’ moles can also be treated. I also offer general skin care advice for optimal skin health and beauty. Click here
I have been practising at OSD Healthcare since April 2017. I see patients with the full range of skin conditions including but not limited to- all forms of eczema, psoriasis, lichen planus, acne and rosacea, skin infections, allergic contact dermatitis, moles, sun damage and skin cancer and I perform skin surgery. Benign lesions such as skin tags, seborrheic warts and lumpy moles can be removed. We can also offer narrow band UVB light therapy here at OSD Healthcare which is useful in the treatment of conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, vitiligo, pityriasis lichenoides, itching of uncertain origin and nodular prurigo among others. Click here
Dr Sharon Crichlow is a fully trained Consultant Dermatologist on the GMC Specialist Register. After completing undergraduate medical training at the University of the West Indies in 1998, she did her post- graduate medical training at Derriford Hospital, Plymouth UK receiving her MRCP in 2003. She completed her specialist Dermatology training
at University Hospitals of Leicester in 2008. Dr Crichlow then worked
as a Consultant Dermatologist at Luton and Dunstable NHS Foundation teaching hospital from January 2009 until April 2017. In this role she was Educational supervisor for the Specialist Registrars in the department. She treated patients of all ages across the full range of skin disease with
a schedule which included a weekly 2- week wait skin cancer clinic. She now only practices privately and limits her practice to adults or young people of 13 years or older. She remains an Honorary Consultant Dermatologist at Luton and Dunstable hospital.
Professional memberships include the British Association of Dermatologists, Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and
the Royal Society of Medicine and the Caribbean Association of Dermatologists. Dr Crichlow has lectured, locally, nationally and internationally and has published and reviewed articles in leading
medical journals and magazines.
As a lifelong acne sufferer, Dr Crichlow understands fully the enormous impact dermatological disease has on a patient’s quality of life. This drives her to provide the highest standards of care and service to her patients. Special areas of interest include acne , aesthetics and the problems associated with skin of colour.
She is married with two sons. Hobbies include reading, cooking, watching movies and exercising.
Dr Crichlow is registered with and recognised by all leading insurance companies (including BUPA) and is also happy to see self- funding patients. She is fully GDPR compliant - privacy policies can be found on the websites of each of her places
Having such cracked, broken and painful skin on my hands for years. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for for showing concern and taking time to listen to me till we found a solution. Daily life is no longer a struggle and I'm not constantly grimacing every time I use my hands.
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Secretary : Mrs Catherine Guerin
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Secretary: Mrs Julia Prichard