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Dr. John Ferguson MBChB, MRCP

Dermatologist / GMC: 6120392

Dr John Ferguson is a Consultant Dermatologist with a special interest in medical dermatology, photodermatology, vitiligo and skin cancer.

After qualifying as a doctor from Bristol University in 2005, Dr Ferguson completed training in the UK at St George’s Hospital in London and internationally at The Skin and Cancer Foundation in Melbourne. Dr Ferguson works as a Consultant Dermatologist at The St John’s Institute of Dermatology at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital. He runs a general clinic and specialist clinics in vitiligo, photodermatology and phototherapy.

Dr. John Ferguson

Dr Ferguson has published work on a variety of dermatological subjects including Skin Cancer and Photodermatology. He has given presentations both nationally and internationally on a variety of topics and is held in high esteem within the industry.

Recognized by all major UK health insurers, Dr Ferguson sees adults primarily, but will also see children with problems arising within his areas of special interest.

Medical Procedures Dr Ferguson offers:

  • Skin Biopsies and Excisions
  • Phototherapy
  • Skin Cancer Screening and Dermoscopy
  • PDT
  • Steroid Treatments

Specialist Treatments

General Dermatology

  • Chronic Actinic Dermatitis
  • Light Sensitivity
  • Phototherapy
  • Polymorphous Light Eruption
  • Solar Urticaria
  • Sub-acute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus
  • Vitiligo
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