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Last updated: 4 May 2020
- Skin cancer
Dr. Cliff undertook his dermatological training at St. George's Medical School in London and in Lisbon, Portugal. He qualified in 1991 from University College and Middlesex Medical School.
Dr Cliff is head of department at Surrey and Sussex University N|HS Trust and clinical sub-dean of the medical school
He is also Honorary Senior Lecturer in Dermatology
Areas of interest
interest in all aspects of the diagnosis and management of skin conditions including hair and nail abnormalities. I see children as well as adults and have an interest in skin cancer - including the diagnosis and managment of all types of skin cancer.
I undertake skin surgery from the removal of benign lesions including cysts and lipomas as well as the surgical treatment of skin cancer
I also have a cosmetic practice which includes non surgical treatments including Botox and dermal fillers and facial peels and the use of lasers for cosmetic practice
Current NHS consultant posts held
Dr. Cliff is a Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon for Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust.
Dr Cliff is an Honorary Senior Lecturer St George's Medical School, London
Sub Dean, Brighton & Sussex Medical School. He has a particular interest in the diagnosis and management of all aspects of skin cancer including the treatment of acne scarring and laser treatment.
married with 3 children - enjoy running, music and theatre
Reference number 3557141
Affiliations / memberships
Dr Cliff MB BS BSc FRCP
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
British Association of dermatologists
British Society of Dermatological Surgery
European Moh's Micropgraphic Society
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