Dr Anita Amin

Consultant Dermatologist and Clinical Lead

MB BChir (Cantab) MA MRCP (Dermatol)

Year qualified:1996

Specialty

Personal profile

Dr Anita Amin is a consultant Dermatologist and the clinical lead for Dermatology in the Eastbourne and Hastings area. As a generalist Dr Amin can see patients for all aspects of Dermatology.

Dr Anita Amin graduated from Cambridge University Medical School. She gained extensive experience in adult general internal medicine at Addenbrooke’s Cambridge University Hospital, where she obtained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians.

She undertook a graduate Diploma of Sexual and Reproductive Health with the University of Auckland and the University of Otago, while working at Christchurch Hospital in New Zealand as a Clinical Fellow, where she gained extensive experience in holistic management of male and female dermatology. Following that she completed Specialist Training in dermatology in the UK and was appointed as Consultant Dermatologist in 2015.

Conditions treated:

  • Mole checks
  • Skin cancer
  • Rashes
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Senior Skin Care (dermatology for mature age groups)
  • Dermatological Surgery
  • Acne
  • Rosacea
  • Hair and Nail Problems
  • Male and Female Dermatology

Dr Amin has been part of a national research and has given many talks on cancer research for Macmillan cancer support.

Dr Amin is a mum of four, her husband is a local GP. In her spare time she likes to do a bit of gardening and take regular strolls along the beachfront and the downs.

Professional Memberships

  • British Association of Dermatologists
  • Member of the Royal College of Physicians
  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • British Society for Paediatric Dermatology
  • Senior Skin Group

Clinical Interests

  • Skin Cancer
  • Senior Skin Care
  • Dermatological Surgery
  • Acne
  • Rosacea
  • Hair and Nail Problems
  • Male and Female Dermatology

In Press

  • Eastbourne Men Urged To Stay Sun Safe
    Men in Eastbourne are being urged to respect the sun this summer. Over the past ten years, NHS England say that the number of men developing a melanoma has risen sharply, prompting them to target men in their latest campaign.
    Eastbourne Buzz | 7th July 2017

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