[3 min watch] Managing aesthetic and skin cancer work in a busy general practice

In a busy general practice offering a new range of services often comes with several new associated factors, including booking and managing consultations. In this short video, Aesthetic Doctor Jenny Kimmins shares her advice on managing aesthetic and skin cancer consultations in a busy general practice; starting with having separate consulting times.

According to Dr Kimmins, it is good to have two different consulting times so aesthetic patients are not mixing with those who are unwell in the waiting room, and so consultations are not cut short due to urgent cases.

Dr Kimmins also delves into her own gradual professional journey from general practice, to skin cancer medicine and finally aesthetic medicine which she finds is “very satisfying work”.

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