A full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for general dermatological problems are provided at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust together with a number of specialist services.

Please click here to see online resources from BAD (British Association of Dermatologists) on (a) how to use topical steroid (b) emollients (c) treating scalp psoriasis (d)wet wraps (e)paste bandage and (f) occlusive bandage.

Covid-19: interim advice for those taking medicine that affect the immune system.  This is updated on the 18th March 2020. 

Please also see video guides by clicking here.

COVID-19 information for dermatology patients

For up to date resources and further information for dermatology patients about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak please follow this link to see the latest information.

To help you establish your risk please refer to this model by clicking here.

To read advice about COVID-19 Vaccination, click here.

Advice for our highest risk patients only

If the NHS has identified you, or the named person you care for, as someone at risk of severe illness if you catch Coronavirus then please click here to download the latest NHS advice.

Dermatology secretaries can be contacted through Hospital switchboard.


In-patient services are provided at both University Hospital and the Hospital of St Cross. The service has dedicated dermatology nursing teams who operate an outpatient topical therapy centre at each hospital. There is also a Macmillan melanoma nurse specialist.

Diagnostic clinics and services are provided at University Hospital and the Hospital of St Cross for a wide range of general dermatological conditions including:

  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Acne
  • Skin tumours

Waiting time information for outpatient appointments at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust is now available by clicking here.

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