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Booking an Appointment
Dr. Anne Ward sees people with skin problems at a clinic in Cannock, and at two local private hospitals – Rowley Hospital, Stafford and Spire Little Aston Hospital near Sutton Coldfield. If you know which clinic you would like to attend – just ring the clinic’s phone number from the list below and the Receptionist will book you an appointment to see Dr. Anne Ward. There is a different telephone number for each clinic.
If you do not mind which clinic you attend, please click here to see the next available clinic appointment.
Please note that there are various age restrictions at the clinics, which are listed below. Children cannot be seen at Rowley Hospital.
If you have any difficulty booking in, just send an e-mail to email@example.com and we will be able to help you. Please read our Privacy Notice to find out how we collect and use your information.
If you wish to book an appointment for a cosmetic procedure - please visit Lichfield Skincare for more information on clinic times and how to book in.
A GP referral letter is not necessary for adult Self-Pay appointments, but it can be helpful to let your GP know that you are planning to attend. Spire Little Aston Hospital requests a referral letter for ALL children prior to booking an appointment.
If you have Health Insurance, please check with your Health Insurance Company if you need a GP referral letter.
In keeping with the General Medical Council (GMC) Guidelines, it is good practice for us to inform your GP of any diagnosis or treatment plan we make regarding your skin condition, unless you request that we do not do so.
If you would like to arrange a chaperone in advance please inform the receptionist when you book your appointment. Chaperones are available at Rowley Hospital and Spire Little Aston Hospital. Please click here to read Stafford Skincare’s Chaperone Notice.
Rowley Hospital, Stafford and Spire Little Aston Hospital have wheel chair and disabled access. The clinic at Cannock has a step at the entrance. Wheel chair users and those with limited mobility may find the Cannock clinic more difficult to access than the hospitals, but we have welcomed and seen people with limited mobility before. Please contact us on 01543 251807 if you wish to discuss access arrangements in more detail.