COVID-19: VIDEO CONSULTATIONS & IN-PERSON
As we transition to Level 2 Suppression, we are now offering our regular full in-person schedule of appointments, all of which can be booked online. However, we are also continuing to offer video-consultations for sick visits (adult and child) or medication refills (for adults only), as an additional option.
We recognise there will be a certain level of pent-up need and so if you can't see an appointment time when you want to come, please do call us on (345) 745 7450 and we'll see what we can do.
YOU MAY NOW BOOK BOTH IN-PERSON AND VIDEO CONSULTATIONS ONLINE, BY PHONING THE CLINIC ON (345) 745 7450, OR BY EMAIL TO TEAM@INTEGRA.KY
For clinic visits, please also review our updated enhanced measures before attending:
Dr Alison Duncan
MBBS FRCP MSc
Dr Alison Duncan is a highly experienced dermatologist with more than 12 years at consultant-level, including 7 years at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, a highly respected university service. She specialises in both adult and paediatric dermatology, with particular experience in skin cancer identification and management, as well as general and inflammatory skin conditions.
More Information & Booking
Appointment Booking with Dr Duncan
Please simply work through the steps on screen. Please note that even if you have previously seen Dr Alison Duncan, if this is your first visit to Integra, you need to tick ‘no’ with respect to Existing Patient. If you are using a smartphone, it helps to turn your screen sideways (landscape). Thank you.
- General dermatology
- Paediatric dermatology
- Skin cancer
- Photo damage
- Skin pigmentation
- Warts & verruca
- Skin tags
- Scars & keloids
- Genital or vulval skin conditions
- Autoimmune skin conditions
- Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
- Hair and nail conditions
- Allergic skin reactions
- Mole-mapping for skin cancer identification
- Cutaneous surgery- skin biopsy and excisions
- Non-invasive management of skin cancer
- Botox therapeutic injections
- Patch Testing for skin allergy assessment
- Mole-mapping using the cutting edge FotoFinder System
- Skin cancer diagnosis and management
- Skin biopsies & excisions
- Referral management for off-island procedures
- Follow-up & monitoring
- After care & treatment of skin-related side-effects
Dr Duncan’s Career Highlights
- Experienced UK Consultant Dermatologist
- Fellow of Royal College of Physicians.
- MSc qualified.
- Extensive experience in skin cancer assessment & identification.
- Was principal investigator for the BADBIR (British Association of Dermatologist Biologic Interventions Register)
- Additional specific interest in Vulval Dermatology.
Education, Training & Experience
Understandably due to Cayman Islands being blessed with a wealth of sunshine, in some skin types the rate of skin cancer is high. Therefore, I am able to use my in-depth training in skin cancer management to provide good care to my patients. Over the past 5 years in Cayman, I was able to gain training and extensive experience using the cutting edge FOTOFINDER DERMATOSCOPE SYSTEM. The FotoFinder brand is the global epitome of skin visualization technology. It is used for the early skin cancer detection, hair diagnostics, aesthetics, clinical dermatology and research.
I have also been a Member of the Educational Committee Cayman Islands Cancer Society and have given educational talks to colleagues, church groups and the community about sun awareness and skin cancer prevention. During skin cancer awareness month we give radio talks and host free skin cancer screenings at the Health fair.
I understand the significant impact that skin disease can have on an individual’s quality of life and I aim to provide expert care with compassion.
General Experience & Training
I commenced my substantive Consultant post in dermatology in 2008 at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, into a unit which consisted of three consultants working single handed in clinic with admitting rights to both hospital sites. I spent 7 years undertaking clinics and surgical lists in dermatology in this busy regional service. We carried out our own contact dermatitis assessment and patch testing as well as managing our own patients in our phototherapy unit and those requiring Photodynamic therapy (PDT). I performed treatment for hyperhidrosis with botox injections or iontophoresis.
In Royal Preston Hospital, I established and ran the Transplant dermatology service surveying and managing skin disease and cancers in all patients on long term immunosuppression. Close links were forged with the renal, cardiac and liver transplant teams in the prevention, management and treatment of skin cancer in patients with solid organ transplants. In this role I was a member of the Skin Multidisciplinary skin cancer team meetings, which met weekly, and the NSSG (Network Site Specific Group) for skin cancer.
I subsequently had a dedicated once weekly minor surgery list to treat the skin cancers detected and to perform skin curettage, punch biopsy, lesion and cyst excision as well as other minor surgical and cosmetic procedures. I attended a laser course at the Salford Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester and I am keen to obtain further experience in this area.
Due to the nature of dermatology with there being a multitude of dermatological conditions and a dearth of large evidenced based trials – I gained experience using off licence treatments to treat difficult autoimmune, immunobullous diseases and severe pyoderma gangrenosum in conjunction with the Drug and Therapeutics committee in the Trust. I am also experienced in using biologics in the treatment of severe Psoriasis, as I was the principal investigator for the BADBIR (British Association of Dermatologist Biologic Interventions Register) which is an observational UK wide study to assess the long-term safety of biologic treatments for psoriasis in the Trust.
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