Update: 15th June 2020

The Cadogan Clinic is currently open for all dermatology, skin cancer and medical appointments.

All of our services will be delivered in line with the UK government's social distancing measures and fully compliant with all PPE guidance from Public Health England and NHS England.

To find out more about our 'Zero-Transmission' approach, please click here

To find out more about scheduling an appointment, call 0207 901 8500 to speak with one of our patient advisor team.

Visiting the Clinic during Covid Restriction Period – what to expect

We are working hard to remain a COVID- secure Hospital and ask for your cooperation with our 'Zero-Transmission' Clinic guidelines

  • BEFORE admission to the Clinic you will be asked to confirm you have been symptom - free for a minimum of 7 days and provide Informed Consent that you understand the risks of visiting the Clinic, however minimal they may be
  • TRAVEL please only travel to the Clinic by foot, bicycle or car. Please do not use public transport.
  • ON ARRIVAL at the Clinic you will be screened for symptoms and your temperature will be taken.You must arrive no earlier than 5 MINUTES before your scheduled appointment, and must not bring a companion unless previously agreed with our staff.
  • You may be asked to WAIT OUTSIDE to maintain distancing protocols, or will be given a seat in our SOCIALLY DISTANCED waiting rooms
  • You will also be provided with PPE on entering the Clinic (surgical mask and surgical gloves, plus an optional apron) - please ensure you wear it at all times in the Clinic to keep yourself and our staff safe.
  • We will be providing antigen and antibody TESTING for certain appointments, in line with guidance from NHS England.
  • Please be assured that the Clinic is subject to the strictest INFECTION CONTROL protocols and is deep cleaned thoroughly each night

For a idea of what your visit will look like, please review our slide show below:

Latest News

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Importance of Mole Checking

With skin cancer continuing to rise and melanoma being one of the most common types of cancers in young adults, it’s imperative that we continue to check our moles on a regular basis to spot any changes at the earliest stage.

Read more