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- Skin cancer
Dr Sohail Mansoor started career in Dermatology more than twenty years ago. He received extensive and broad based training in dermatology and dermatological surgery (including skin cancer surgery and cosmetic surgery) in various reputed centres in the UK, Europe, South Africa and the USA.
Dr Mansoor has worked in the United Kingdom since 1996, and holds positions in the Dermatology Departments of the University College London & Imperial College London. He is currently a Consultant Dermatologist in Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust Hospitals and he has specialist registration in Dermatology with the General Medical Council. He is also the only practising physician who has obtained triple board certifications in anti-ageing medicine from the European and American Boards of Anti-Ageing Medicine.
Dr Mansoor’s practice covers general adult and paediatric dermatology, skin cancer surgery and cosmetic dermatological surgery. He has a particular interest in treating skin cancers, acne, scarring, allergies, hair loss, mole checks, lumps and bumps removal. He is one of a new breed of physicians who practises a holistic approach in total rejuvenation, combining the best of surgical, non-surgical and medical therapeutics.
Dr Mansoor is a fellow of Royal College of Physicians in London, British Association of Dermatologists, American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, European Society of Cosmetic & Aesthetic Dermatology, and the World Society of Anti Ageing Medicine.
Areas of interest
Skin Cancer; Acne; Allergies; Hair loss; Scarring
Current NHS consultant posts held
Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust
Reference number 4374226
Affiliations / memberships
British Association of Dermatologists
American Academy of Dermatologists
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.