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South Sefton, Southport and Formby

T: 01515 416770

We provide consultant-led dermatology outpatient clinics for NHS patients who have been referred by their GP in South Sefton, Southport and Formby. We review all referrals to ensure patients can be effectively managed in our community clinic. Please note this clinic only accepts GP referrals for patients within the South Sefton CCG and the Southport and Formby CCG area.

Our waiting times are typically four to six weeks and we provide extended opening times including clinics at the weekend.

We understand skin conditions have a major effect on people’s lives which is why we aim to provide treatment as quickly as possible, often providing surgical treatment for patients the on the same day.

Clinic locations

  • Sefton Suite Diagnostic Centre
    1 Kenilworth Road, Liverpool, L23 3AD
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  • Southport Centre for Health and Wellbeing
    44-46 Hoghton Street, Southport, PR9 0PQ
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  • Ainsdale Centre for Health and Wellbeing
    164 Sandbrook Road, Ainsdale, Southport, PR8 3RJ
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  • Triangle House
    12 Church St, Southport, PR9 0QT
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  • Chapel Lane Surgery
    13 Chapel Lane, Formby, Liverpool, L37 4DL
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Information for GPs: conditions you can refer to us

Inclusions

  • Benign skin tumours
  • Moderate eczema
  • Moderate Psoriasis
  • Acne
  • Rosacea
  • Alopecia/ Scalp conditions
  • Chronic or recurrent skin infections
  • Hydradenitis
  • Infestation(s)
  • Seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff
  • Sun Damage/Actinic Keratosis/Solar Keratosis /Bowens Disease
  • Nail disorders
  • Keloid scaring
  • Pigmentary disorders
  • Urticaria
  • Mild inflammatory skin disease
  • Pityriasis versicolor; Pytyriasis rosea

Exclusions

  • Patients not registered within Southport and Formby CCG or South Sefton CCG
  • High risk Basal Cell Carcinoma
  • Mild eczema
  • Mild psoriasis
  • Undertreated acne and rosacea
  • Molluscum contagiosum
  • Warts and verruca’s
  • Solar keratosis where diagnosis is certain and no trail of treatment
  • Seborrheic warts unless bleeding or very troublesome
  • Leg ulcers (which should be referred to the leg ulcer team)
  • Procedures of low clinical priority
  • Skin lesions being removed or treated for cosmetic purposes