Dr Veronique Bataille
MD PhD FRCP
SPECIAL EXPERTISE IN Mole Mapping + Skin Lumps and Bumps + Mole + Skin Cancer Screening + Mole Removal + Melanoma + Cryotherapy + Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)
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Dr Veronique Bataille sees Patients with all dermatological conditions and specialises in skin cancers, melanoma, familial melanoma, atypical nevi and family cancer syndromes.
Dr Bataille trained at the Louvain Medical School in Brussels and graduated in July 1985 with Magnum Cum Laude. She started her dermatology training at St John's Institute of Dermatology Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust London in 1989. Dr Bataille then moved to the Imperial Cancer Research Fund in London and The Royal London Hospital as a Clinical Research Fellow where she completed her PhD on the genetic epidemiology of skin and eye melanoma in 1995.
She spent many months in 1993 at the Sydney Melanoma unit in Australia, one of the busiest in the world and then moved to St George's Hospital London where she spent two years as a Senior Registrar again working in the pigmented lesions and melanoma clinic.
Veronique became a Consultant Dermatologist in 1996, when she was appointed Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Dermatologist at Barts and The London School of Medicine, where she continued her interest in the genetics of melanoma and other skin cancers. Dr Bataille now practises at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust where she provides specialised care for Patients with acne + eczema + psoriasis + moles + skin cancers.
In 2003 she was appointed Consultant and Advisor to the internationally known L'Oreal Paris. Dr Bataille has published in numerous dermatology, genetic and cancer journals and regularly writes reviews and book chapters on skin cancer and other aspects of dermatology. She is currently Assistant Editor of the Clinical and Experimental Dermatology journal.
languages French + English
- West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
- Royal College of Physicians UK : Fellow
- British Medical Association
- British Association of Dermatologists
- European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer
- Dowling Club
- Royal Society of Medicine
- Melanoma Study Group
- British Photodermatology Group
- TSSG Skin Cancer Network Hertfordshire Sept 2007-present
- EORTC Melanoma Group Chairperson of Genetic Epidemiology Group
- National Cancer Registry Melanoma Group
- Initial Consultation 20 minutes £210
- Subsequent Consultation 15 minutes £150
- Minor Procedure 30 minutes £130
- Cancellation policy unless cancelled a minimum of 24 hours prior to consultation £100
You can find information on procedure and treatment fees here.
Please note that if you have a minor procedure, such as removal of a skin lesion, a clinic fee will be payable to The Medical Chambers Kensington in addition to Dr Bataille's fee.
This fee varies from procedure to procedure and our Administration and Reception Team will be able to tell you the amount payable for your procedure. A pathology fee will be payable if we send a sample to a laboratory for analysis.
If you are insured by BUPA, AXA PPP or another insurance company with which we have a direct settlement agreement, we will invoice your Insurer for these clinic/pathology fees provided that you have given us your preauthorisation number.
If we do not have a direct settlement agreement with your insurer, or you are self paying, we will ask you to pay these fees at the time of your appointment.
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