Consultant: Jennifer Crawley 2017-08-18T06:15:21+00:00

Dr Jennifer Crawley is a London Harley Street Medical Dermatology Specialist

Dr Jennifer M. Crawley, MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCP (Derm)

Medical Dermatology

  • Areas of expertise: Psoriasis / Eczema / Acne vulgaris / Acne rosacea / Skin manifestations in systemic disorders / Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCC) / Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) / Malignant Melanoma / Bowen’s Disease / Actinic Keratosis /Keloid Scarring

  • GMC Reg no: 6051966


  • 2009: MRCP Derm
  • 2006: MRCP (London)
  • 2002: MBChB, University of Bristol
  • 1999: BSc.Hons Cellular & Molecular Pathology, First Class Honours, University of Bristol


  • BAD British Association of Dermatologists
  • BSMD British Society for Medical Dermatology
  • BSPD British Society of Paediatric Dermatology
  • IAD Irish Association of Dermatologists

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Dr Jennifer Crawley, Consultant Dermatologist

Dr Jennifer Crawley is a Consultant Dermatologist at Clinica London with a special interest in medical dermatology. She is an expert in both adult and paediatric dermatology and has particular interests in research, teaching and leading audit projects.

Education and Training

Dr Jennifer Crawley gained a MBChB qualification from University of Bristol in 2002, after gaining BSc.Hons Cellular & Molecular Pathology in 1999. During following years she undertook training and gained work experience in Bristol and London.

Further, she has performed a range of surgical and non-surgical procedures, including surgical excision of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers, incisional biopsies, shave excisions and curettage and cautery.


While working at St. John’s she was fully integrated in a wide range of research trials. This involved identifying, recruiting and consenting patients to many of the clinical trials. Further she was part part in laboratory-based researches that are carried out at a molecular level. Some of her most recent work is as a co-investigator for the British Association of Dermatologists Biologics Interventions Registry, BADBIR.

Teaching and Presentations

Dr Crawley is a Consultant in the NHS at the prestigious University College Hospital, where she is involved with undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. She is also a course lecturer on an esteemed MRCP PACES course three times per year in central London.

Part of her career has also been to undertake many presentations regionally, nationally and internationally, including American Academy of Dermatology.

Treatments that Dr Jennifer Crawley performs at Clinica London

Medical Dermatology

  • Excision of pigmented lesions
  • Enucleation of skin cysts
  • Removal of skin tags and seborrhoeic keratosis
  • Shave excision biopsies
  • Curettage and cautery of skin lesions
  • Intralesional injection of keloid scars
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What our patients say

“What I loved most was her willingness to take my knowledge of my disease and experience into consideration. I am very impressed and feel lucky to be in her care.”
Fiona M.
“Dr Crawley is always in such a good mood and always does her utmost to help. Best doctor I have ever seen!”
Matthew K.
“Dr Crawley has a wonderful manner, is clearly knowledgeable and is an asset to the hospital.”
Lisa A.

The Highest Quality

We are accredited with the major private health and professional specialty bodies who have bestowed upon us the qualifications to carry out aesthetic and medical treatments at the highest levels of quality.

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