MBBS, MRCP (London), MRCP (Derm)
Dr Sunita Gossain is a Consultant Dermatologist at Frimley Park Hospital NHS Trust and her expertise is in medical dermatology/inflammatory skin disease, treatment of skin cancer and skin lesions and vulva dermatology. She has comprehensive training in all aspects of dermatology and furthered her training in medical dermatology at the prestigious St John's Institute of Dermatology, St Thomas' Hospital, London. Dr Gossain trained under some of the leading dermatologists in the world for eczema and psoriasis and acquired considerable knowledge and experience in these sub-specialist fields. Following on from this, at her NHS base hospital, Frimley Park NHS Trust, she has developed and led a medical dermatology and psoriasis clinic for several years and Dr Gossain is the lead clinician for vulva dermatology.
Dr Gossain’s major passion within medical dermatology is treatment with systemic agents, management of patients with complex disease and clearing their skin disease. She takes a holistic approach in the management of patients with skin disease. She also specialises in skin cancer and the excision and treatment of skin lesions.
To date, Dr Gossain has performed over 300 skin lesions surgeries/excisions per year and over 300 other surgical skin lesion procedures (biopsies, curettage and cautery) per year in both her NHS and private practice.
In addition to clinical work, Dr Gossain takes an active role in teaching and training junior doctors and training and assessing future dermatologists. She is a chairman for medical student interviews and assessments at Kings, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, University of London.
Phone: 0207 9521201
With Sunita Gossain, Consultant Dermatologist
Thu 15th Oct 2020 | 17:00 - 19:00 | £39+VAT | Webinar
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