Dr Hélène du P Menagé
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Dr Menagé is a long established London dermatologist with extensive experience in medical dermatology and skin cancer including moles, blemishes and inflammatory skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, acne and rosacea. She also has specialist expertise in photodermatology (sunlight and skin) and sun allergies.
Dr Menagé trained at Guy’ Hospital, entering medicine with a humanities background and has an intercalated BSc in Psychology. She trained in general medicine for 4 years at London postgraduate hospitals and on the St Thomas’ medical registrar rotation before training in dermatology at St John’ Institute with research in Photodermatology. She took up her Consultant post to Lewisham Hospital and St John’s Institute in 1997.
Dr Menagé trains medical students and dermatology trainees, and has published extensively. She is Past President of the Dermatology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, former President of the St Johns’ Dermatological Society and Secretary/ Treasurer of the British Photodermatology Group. She has extensive experience in private dermatology relocating her practice from 99 Harley Street in 2018 and is a trustee of the Royal Society of Medicine.
For appointments, find Dr Menagé at 19 Devonshire Street, London.
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