It is never to late to start protecting your skin. We have produced this useful information sheet (pdf).
Skin Care Network draws on the resources of the largest skin cancer treatment provider in London. Our Consultant Dermatologists, Consultant Surgeons and Oncologists specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer. We take our duty so seriously that we have formed The North London Private Patients Skin Cancer Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) to ensure that our skin cancer service follows best practice.
Skin Care Network is a group of specialists who diagnose and treat problems of the skin, hair, mouth and nails. We are dedicated to the protection, surveillance and enhancement of the skin from infancy through to old age. Our consultant dermatologists are accredited NHS Consultant Dermatologists and our Nurses are Dermatology trained.
There are many popular cosmetic treatments to improve and rejuvenate the quality of your skin and enhance your body. They offer benefits not just in appearance but in wellbeing and confidence, but all need to be applied with the expert care and follow up that you will receive from us.
We treat the full range of skin disease and our consultants are specialists in skin cancer and are leading Dermatologists in NHS and private hospitals. Our dermatologists are fully trained in using dermoscopy and other diagnostic imaging techniques which provide the highest accuracy in the diagnosis and management of skin cancer. We also offer fully trained dermatological surgeons utilising advanced plastic surgical techniques including Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Photodynamic Therapy to give our patients the optimal outcomes they deserve.
Our guiding principle is to provide affordable dermatology consultations and treatments for patients with skin disease and our goal is to become the dermatologists of choice in London.
All our Consultants at Skin Care Network are recognised by all the major insurance companies for the treatment of skin disease:
Axa - 89854
Aviva - 80002058
Bupa - 60010965
Cigna - A24243
Exeter Friendly - H3006474
Pru Health - 3617890
WPA - 920404425
Skin Care Network is located in Barnet and serves the North London, South Hertfordshire and Middlesex communities.
By car: Skin Care Network can be easily accessed from the M25 (Junction 23), following the A1081 towards Barnet. A number of Pay & Display car parks are indicated on the map, and further Pay & Display parking bays available on local roads. Free parking for clients is also available behind the clinic (accessible through the arch in Church House, opposite the Barnet Museum.
By train: The closest station is High Barnet on the Northern Line. Once out of the station, turn right to head North-East towards Barnet Hill and then continue along the A1000.
By bus: We can be reached by a number of local buses. Routes 107, 307, 263, 384, 234 and 325 which stop immediately adjacent to the clinic.
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Do you have a worrying or spreading rash?
Need reassurance you don't have a skin cancer?
Having difficulty getting an appointment elsewhere?
We can offer you an emergency Dermatology appointment to put your mind at rest and control your worrying symptoms.
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