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Dr Whybrew runs a skin clinic on Wednesday afternoons. This involves doing minor surgery procedures on patients she has already seen and assessed.

She also has a “quick look” clinic with very short appointment times to have a "quick look" at skin lesions that people are concerned might be skin cancers. This is also on a Wednesday afternoons.

She has written some leaflets which may be helpful on;

Warts and Verrucas   Click Here

Genital Skin Care   Click Here

Hand and Nail Care   Click Here

Seborrhoeic Keratosis   Click Here

and one that can be adapted for the individual person on Eczema   Click Here

Other useful resources include   and  NHS choices

If you are worried you may have a skin cancer, please tell the receptionist that this is your concern so that you can be seen quickly by the right person. Please be aware that Dr Whybrew works part time and has dermatology teaching commitments and will sometimes be on annual leave so you may need to see a different GP – this is fine as all the GPs have been trained to be able to identify skin cancers and, if they are in any doubt, they can refer to the hospital dermatology service or to Dr Whybrew.

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