A Consultant Dermatologist is a medical doctor who has undertaken the highest specialist training in skin health and disease. Confirmation of Consultant Dermatologist status can be found on the General Medical Council specialist register. We are proud to offer appointments with our team of highly trained and experienced Consultant Dermatologists and our clinic psychologist.
Dr Justine Kluk qualified from the University of Birmingham medical school with honours in medicine and therapeutics before completing the rigorous specialisation process to become a Consultant Dermatologist.
Having been trained by some of the country’s most eminent dermatologists, at leading centres such as the Royal Free Hospital and Royal London Hospital, she was later selected for a prestigious fellowship in cutaneous oncology at the world-renowned St John’s Institute of Dermatology. Details of her qualifications and specialisation in dermatology can be found on the GMC specialist register.
Before setting up her private practice, Dr Justine worked as a Consultant Dermatologist in the NHS at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust and St Georges’ Hospital, where she was also responsible for teaching and training medical students and junior doctors.
Her articles have been published in leading dermatology journals and she has presented at national and international scientific congresses. Sought by the media for her expertise on all matters skin, she has co-authored dermatology textbook chapters and is a spokesperson for the British Association of Dermatologists.
Membership of key dermatology organisations and regular participation in clinical and academic meetings mean that Dr Justine continues to be engaged with some of the most challenging and complex dermatology cases, ensuring that her knowledge and skills are continuously honed and that she is always up to date with the latest research and advances in dermatology. And that, of course, is better for you!
Dr Lucy Thomas works as an NHS Consultant Dermatologist at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital where she carries out general and complex medical dermatology clinics, skin surgery and teledermatology. Particular areas of interest include eczema, psoriasis, acne, rosacea, hidradenitis and skin cancer, as well as general mole checks. Details of her qualifications and specialisation in Dermatology can be found on the GMC specialist register.
Dual qualified as a Pharmacist, Dr Lucy originally graduated from the University of Wales with first-class honours and finished top of her year. She completed a Masters research degree which involved the design, synthesis and evaluation of novel anti-cancer drugs and she was awarded the prestigious Welsh Development Agency Healthcare and Technology prize. She has supervised an Imperial College Medical student BSc research project and been Co-Principle investigator for a Phase IV clinical trial.
Dr Lucy has written articles for leading Dermatology journals, has presented at national and international scientific meetings and runs an annual course for Dermatology trainees which is co-badged by the British Association of Dermatologists. She has received numerous awards from the Royal Society of Medicine, and before becoming a Consultant Dermatologist, she was one of the top three European Dermatology trainees at Euroderm Excellence.
Dedicated and enthusiastic, Dr Lucy continually strives for excellence in all aspects of her work to ensure that those she looks after receive outstanding levels of care and achieve the best possible outcomes. Kind, approachable and loved by patients and colleagues alike, Dr Justine is absolutely thrilled to have Dr Lucy on the team.
Dr Charlotte Edwards works as an NHS Consultant Dermatologist at Chelsea and Westminster and West Middlesex Hospitals where she carries out general and paediatric dermatology as well as skin surgery and specialist acne clinics. She is clinical lead for phototherapy. Particular areas of interest include acne, rosacea, mole checks and skin cancer, as well as adolescent dermatology. She also enjoys supervising the training of dermatology registrars.
Details of her qualifications and specialisation in Dermatology can be found on the GMC specialist register.
Dr Charlotte qualified from University College London Medical school and completed an intercalated BSc in the History of Medicine. She successfully obtained both her junior general medical and specialist dermatology training posts in North West London. She has trained at leading dermatology centres that include Chelsea and Westminster, Imperial and St. George’s Hospitals and was competitively selected to represent the United Kingdom on the respected Euroderm Excellence Program. During her training, she undertook research at The Royal Marsden Hospital on cutaneous toxicities occurring in melanoma patients receiving checkpoint inhibitor therapy, for which she won the prestigious Royal Society of Medicine Dermatology Section Registrar prize in her final year of training. She has presented at International and National dermatology meetings and her work has been published in leading dermatology journals. She has recently co-authored chapters in core dermatology textbooks on melanoma treatments and cutaneous side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
She is a member of the key dermatology organisations and regularly attends clinical and academic meetings to stay up to date and discuss the most complex of dermatology cases.
She is kind, approachable and often complimented on her excellent communication skills. When not at work she is kept busy by her young family and between it all is trying to stay as fit as possible!
Dr Alexandra Mizara is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist. She graduated in Psychology in 1999 and earned her doctorate degree in Counselling Psychology in 2007. She has since worked in both primary and secondary care in the NHS.
Over the last 15 years she has specialised in the area of psychodermatology, and is the Lead Psychologist in a specialist psychology service dedicated to dermatology patients at the Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust.
Dr Mizara’s research interests lie in the psychological management and wellbeing of people with psoriasis, acne, alopecia, body image concerns and adjustment to physical change. She supervises doctoral theses in psychodermatology and clinical psychology.
Dr Mizara heads up the clinic’s psychodermatology service.