Welcome to Stratum Dermatology Clinics Oxford.
Based in the heart of Oxford, close to the Oxford train station, the clinic provides expert care for all skin related problems, as well as professional advice on maintaining and improving skin health and appearance.
Our team of consultants and practitioners, who are experts in their chosen speciality areas offer specialist Dermatological, Aesthetic and Laser Treatments. From Consultant Dermatologists to Vascular and Oculoplastic surgeons, our top team of doctors can help you.
Our goal is to provide you with dermatological diagnosis and treatment of the highest quality. We accept patients from all major insurers, or you can pay for your own treatment. Find our more about the services we offer, the clinic and our staff below.
We understand that many of you will have concerns about Covid19 and we want to reassure you we are doing all we can to continue to work normally. Despite the ongoing pandemic, we are aware that dermatological conditions will still occur and will still need treatment. In response to this, Stratum Dermatology Clinics are offering virtual consultations for patients who do not wish to attend the clinic in person but who still need their condition assessed.
Arrange a consultation with one of our expert dermatologists today.
Arrange a consultation with one of our expert dermatologists today.
Stratum Clinics Oxford
38-39 Park End Street
Oxford OX1 1JD
The clinic can be accessed by rail, car, bus or by foot. The nearest parking is at Worcester Street Car Park (OX1 2BQ).
While appointments can be made available outside usual hours in special circumstances, our core hours are:
|Monday||8.30am – 5.00pm|
|Tuesday||8.30am – 5.00pm|
|Wednesday||8.30am – 6.00pm|
|Thursday||8.30am – 5.00pm|
|Friday||8:30am – 5.00pm|
Dr Arnold completed her medical degree in 2005, with Honours, from the University of Sydney, Australia. She commenced specialist training in Dermatology in 2008, at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney.
Dr Arnold was awarded the Australasian College of Dermatologists Travelling Fellowship and moved to the Churchill Hospital Oxford, in 2011, where she worked as a Dermatology registrar for three years, including a year spent in Dermatopathology research.
Dr Arnold completed Dermatology training in 2014 in Sydney at St Vincent’s Hospital and The Skin and Cancer Foundation. She passed the challenging Australasian College of Dermatologists Fellowship exams in August of that year and received a scholarship to the American Academy of Dermatology 2015 meeting in recognition of her outstanding results.
Dr Arnold is a general Dermatologist with a broad range of interests including skin cancer diagnosis and surgery, medical dermatology, vulval dermatology and dermatopathology.
Dr Archer sees both adult and paediatric patients. He has a special interest in skin cancer and dermatological surgery and the use of lasers as well as complex medical dermatology. He consults on all aspects of general dermatology including acne, acne scarring, eczema, psoriasis and benign and malignant skin lesions.
Dr Archer is the current skin cancer lead for dermatology at the Royal Berkshire Hopsital and runs the biologics clinic for complex medical dermatology patients.
His research interests include skin ageing, stem cell research techniques and the role of gene therapy, and the immunopathogenesis of eczema. He completed a Masters Degree at University of Oxford and the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine looking at a role of the immune system in the development of eczema. He practices evidenced based medicine and is actively involved in the recruitment for clinical trials for emerging treatments. He is passionate about medical education and lectures at both the University of Oxford and Reading University.
Away from work Dr Archer is a keen sportsman. Having played fly-half for United Hospitals (UH) and competed at a national level in tennis. He now enjoys real tennis, golf and tennis with his young family.
MSc Integrated Immunology (Oxon)
MBBS (University College London)
BSc (Hons) (UCL), Human Genetics and Molecular Sciences
British Association of Dermatologists
British Medical Dermatology Society
British Society of Dermatological Surgery
Royal College of Physicians
Medical Protection Society
The Dowling Club
Dr Perkins graduated from University of Newcastle Upon Tyne medical school 1984. He completed training in dermatology in Glasgow and Southampton before fellowship training in skin cancer and micrographic (Mohs') surgery at the University of Minnesota.
Consultant and lead for skin cancer at Nottingham University Hospitals until 2014 when he moved to Oxford University Hospitals to lead the Mohs’ service at the Churchill Hospital.
He has been on the specialist register since 1995. Dr Perkins has specialist interests in skin cancer, lasers and micrographic (Mohs') surgery. He continues to see patients with the full range of skin diseases and has been involved in the development of treatment for both hyperhidrosis and cosmetic indications.
Dr Wali is a Consultant Dermatologist at Stratum Clinics. He also practises at Churchill Hospital, Oxford University Hospitals.
Dr Gorav Wali obtained his medical degree from Oxford University graduating with 1st Class Honours in Medical Sciences. He undertook general medical training in the Oxford Deanery, and became member of the Royal College of Physicians after passing Membership Examinations. He subsequently completed Specialist Dermatology Training in Oxford, before being appointed Consultant Dermatologist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust.
He is on the specialist register and undertakes clinics in general dermatology, paediatric dermatology, skin cancer diagnosis, and skin surgery.
Dr Wali is interested in new dermatological treatments and is a Principal Investigator for clinical trials of novel treatments for inflammatory skin diseases in Oxford. He is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists, Royal College of Physicians, and is registered with the GMC.
General dermatology including eczema, psoriasis, and acne; Skin Cancer and Skin Surgery; Paediatric Dermatology
Mr Norris trained in Yorkshire before undergoing Fellowship training at the prestigious Corneo-Plastic Unit in East Grinstead. He specialises in all aspects of eyelid surgery including eyelid lesion removal (moles, skin tags etc), eyelid skin cancer and reconstructive surgery. His other interests include facial palsy (relating to the eye), lacrimal (tear duct) surgery, artificial eyes, thyroid eye disease and orbital surgery. He has written a number of research papers relating to oculoplastic surgery.
Mr Norris is currently a Fellow of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and is undertaking an MSc at Oxford University in Surgical Science.
His main interest is skin cancer diagnosis and treatment, and has pioneered the use of dermoscopy in the UK for mole screening and for the early diagnosis of melanoma. His training in this technique has been given to over 400 British dermatologists and plastic surgeons and over 1500 clinicians to date, including the Annual International Dermoscopy Course for Plastic Surgeons.
Mr Bowling is regularly invited to lecture on skin cancer diagnosis across the UK and overseas. He has published extensively on skin cancer and is the author of the award winning textbook Diagnostic Dermoscopy: The Illustrated Guide published by Wiley-Blackwell.
Dr Toumbis is a Consultant Dermatologist at Stratum Clinics. She is also a Consultant Dermatologist at the Department of Dermatology, Basingstoke Hospital, Hampshire Hospital Foundation Trust.
She is an International Fellow at the Dermatology Department at the Baylor College of Medicine, University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, Texas, USA. She has done IPL and laser training up to level 6. (Wynyard Academy).
She was previously a Locum Consultant at the Department of Dermatology, The Churchill Hospital, Oxford University Hospital, the Department of Dermatology, The Royal Berkshire Hospital and the Department of Dermatology, The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. Dr Toumbis has special interests in skin cancer diagnosis and surgery, skin surgery, Vulva dermatology and inflammatory skin conditions, including acne.
He has been a Consultant Plastic Surgeon from 2012. He practises at Stratum Clinics and his principal NHS Practice is at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. His training in Plastic Surgery has been in London, Oxford and Australia. Mr Potter spent the last two years of his training within the UK and Australia learning advanced techniques in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery.
Mr Potter’s specialised areas of interest include Skin lesions and Head and Neck lesions. His cosmetic specialist interests include cosmetic surgery to the face and eyes, breast reduction surgery/augmentation and body contouring procedures.
After graduating in medicine from University of Bristol in 1994 with an intercalated BSc degree in Microbiology (dissertation in pre-operative skin disinfection), Dr Roest completed post-graduate medical training in Bristol and Bath. She began Dermatology training at St John’s Institute of Dermatology in London with completion of Dermatology Specialist Training at Oxford in 2003 where she worked closely with Dr Neil Walker.
Her special interests are General Dermatology, Skin Cancer and Skin Surgery, Hair and Nail Disorders.
Her first Consultant post was at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in 1998 and her second at the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust in West Yorkshire. She relocated south to take up a Consultant position and to work with former colleagues at the Basingstoke and North Hampshire Trust in January 2009.
He has got 10 years of experience in Dermatology and has been a Consultant since 2014.
His undergraduate training took place at Medical University of Warsaw where he graduated in 2003. He undertook and finished dermatology speciality training in Devon and Cornwall and surgical and Mohs training in Oxford.
Dr Bogucki has clinical interests in pigmented lesions, dermoscopy, skin cancer, skin surgery and teledermatology.
Dr Salako holds managerial and educational positions including Guardian of the Safe Working Hour for the Doctors, National Assessor for the GPs with Extended Role in Dermatology (GPwER), Tutor at University of South Wales and Cardiff Universities and Special Senses Lead for the Leicester University Medical Students.
Dr Salako has extensive experience in General Adult Dermatology (diagnosis and management of eczema, psoriasis, acne, skin cancers, hair loss, nail problems etc), skin surgery, laser treatment (children and adults), chemical peels for some conditions and Botox injections for excessive sweating.
Dr Coles has 8-years post-qualification experience working in the NHS as a chartered Clinical Psychologist in Oxfordshire for individuals, groups, families and staff teams. She provides teaching to Southampton, Oxford and Salomon’s Clinical Psychology Doctoral Courses. She regularly supervises others and receives supervision on both her private and NHS work.
She works using a range of talking therapies including; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Systemic psychotherapy, and Narrative approaches. She believes in important to work alongside her clients to gain a shared understanding and approach to difficulties, tailoring interventions to meet the individual needs and preferences of her clients.
Dr Coles has a special interest in systemic models of working and completed her post-graduate diploma in applied systemic practice in June 2013. She is now undertaking a Masters in Systemic Psychotherapy.
Liz specialises in skin smoothing and restorative treatments such as dermal fillers and skin boosters and is known for her subtle approach to enhancing your natural features and rejuvenating your look.
The treatments on offer can perfectly complement other treatments that Stratum Clinics offer or be enjoyed as stand alone treatments.
Liz is also able to offer microneedling treatments, also known as collagen induction therapy which can improve fine lines, wrinkles and minimise pores. This treatment is also be offered with a bespoke skin cocktail that can be delivered into the dermis to further enhance the result.
Whether you would like to embark on a programme of regular treatments to improve your skin tone and texture or have a specific event in mind, which you would like to ‘freshen up’ for, there will be an option for you here at Stratum.
Because your treatment is individual to your needs, fees vary from patient to patient.
Stratum Clinic fees are competitively and fairly priced to reflect the expertise and facilities we deliver our services. For your consultation, you get:
Our doctors are Consultant Dermatologists
If you have a query or would like to discuss our treatments or fees in more detail, please contact us.
Initial Consultation – £270
Follow Up Consultation – £190
The fee for the initial consultation [case history, examination including a full skin check when appropriate, assessment and discussion] is payable at the time. The secretaries will be happy to discuss fees and methods of payment at the time of making the appointment.
Professional fees for any procedures will be quoted following the consultation. Full payment will be due on the day of the procedure.
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