Back to Search Results Printer Friendly Format

Organisation Details

Community Dermatology Specialist Nurses - West Norfolk (Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust)
Contact: Rachel Sweeney - Clinical Lead for the Skin Integrity Team
Address: St James
Extons Road

King's Lynn
PE30 5NU

For patients with chronic skin conditions like psoriasis or eczema, any other dry skin condition and anyone with early solar damage in need of a skin cancer assessment. Patients can be seen to review their treatments and optimise therapies.

Home visits can be provided by this service in specific circumstances for frail or housebound patients.

Interpretation and translation services can be arranged by staff, for users of this service.

An information leaflet about the Dermatology service is available.

Age Range: Any age group
Related Services: Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust (Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust)
Referral Procedure: To use this service, you will need to be referred by a health professional. This means you must see your doctor or nurse. They will send your details to our service. Your doctor or nurse will refer you to the service that is the most suitable for your health needs. The service will then contact you to make an appointment for you to be seen in clinic or at home and explain what will happen next.
How Service is Delivered: Patients are usually seen in clinics but home visits and visits to schools or other public areas can be arranged depending on need.
Opening Times: Monday, 8.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.
Tuesday to Friday, 8.30 a.m - 4.30 p.m.
Clinics and service office based at St James, Extons Road, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 5NU
Parking and Transport: Clinics are run at St James clinic, Extons Road, Kings Lynn, please check for access / facilities.
Access and Facilities: Clinics are run at St James clinic, Extons Road, Kings Lynn, Dersingham health centre - please check for access / facilities.
Special Educational Needs Accessible: For more information, please contact Rachel Sweeney by email.
Special Educational Needs Transition: Once a child is on the caseload then they are seen by the same practitioner whilst their skin needs it, even when they transition to adulthood.
Compliments / Complaints: The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) can listen to your issues, concerns, compliments or suggestions, resolve problems where possible, and feed back to services to aid service development.
To provide feedback about a Norfolk Community Health & Care (NCHC) service, please contact the PALS team on 0800 088 4449, or by email.
Locations Served: West Norfolk
back to top

Last updated: 19/10/2022    Last full review: 17/10/2022

If you believe any of the details listed here to be out of date or in any way incorrect,
please use the Feedback page to advise the Webmaster.