Dermatology Consultations | Dermatologist | Norwich | Great Yarmouth
Whats Involved in a consultation
An InClinic consultation takes place at one of our Diamond Skin Care Clinics and lasts 30 minutes.
Within your consultation, you will meet your dermatology consultant who will ultimately be responsible for your care. As part of your registration, we will make notes on your basic personal and medical background.
After examining your skin, your dermatologist will discuss the diagnosis with you and you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
Why choose Diamond Skin Care
Consultant Dermatologist consultation £220
Appointments available within 3 working days.
Consultant Dermatologist with over 15 years experience.
Available for all dermatology issues.
Clinics in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
Prescription included if required.
Management plan created.
30 minute appointments to allow you enough time to discuss all concerns and issue with the consultant.
Free follow up appointment included.
Online booking available.
Nurse Consultations available for £120
A consultation with the nurse is ideal if you are looking for expert advice for a already diagnosed condition, A nurse can not prescribe but can offer a detailed management plan that you can take back to your GP.
What happens after the appointment
The next steps, if any, will also be thoroughly explained. Where required, you will receive written information and instructions for treatment.
If a new treatment is required, you may want to take away the information and consider the options in your own time before starting. For certain skin conditions, treatment can be administered immediately. For minor surgery, a separate booking may be needed.
Within 5 working days of your appointment, you will receive a letter recording the consultation. This letter will be written in a style that can be easily understood by another medical professional in case, for example, you wanted to get a second opinion. Unless you request us not to, a copy of this letter will also be forwarded to your GP or other specialists involved in your care.