Management of skin cancer
Everything was first class.
Patient satisfaction survey, Solihull Hospital 2019
I am a member of the Local Skin Cancer Multidisciplinary Team (LSMDT) at Solihull Hospital and regularly undertake excision and reconstruction of non-melanoma skin cancers (basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma), as well as post-Mohs micrographic surgery reconstruction. In the final year of my training, I undertook a Training Interface Group (TIG) Fellowship in the Management of Skin Cancer at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and trained in the full remit of skin cancer management including experience with sentinel node biopsy for malignant melanoma. My clear margin rate for non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) is in excess of 98% and I have performed close to 700 skin cancer procedures to date. In a recent survey in my NHS practice, I received the following feedback:
- Satisfaction score (mean) for overall treatment and care: 5/5
- Satisfaction score (mean) for the cosmetic appearance of reconstructive surgery: 4.8/5