Hello, my name is Dr Billy Willcock.
I work in the Dermatology Department at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital as an Associate Specialist. I also run the Dermatology services at Rolle, specialising in the treatment of skin cancer and pre-cancerous skin lesions.
Twice weekly I run skin cancer clinics at Treetops, our branch surgery, assessing patients with skin cancer and performing advanced skin cancer surgery.
For patients registered with Rolle Medical Partnership we offer an exceptional TeleMed Dermatology service. You can send us a photo of lesion or rash you are concerned about using our online consultation service and I will get back to you, usually within a week, and arrange, if needed, a face to face appointment, treatment, a referral or surgery if that is needed.
Please read our teledermatology policy
and then use the link below to send in your photographs and tell us a little bit about your skin.
WHEN EMAILING IN YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS TO THIS SECURE EMAIL ADDRESS, PLEASE INDICATE THAT YOU CONSENT TO THEM BEING STORED TO YOUR CONFIDENTIAL NOTES. THEY WILL NOT BE USED FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE.
If you don't do this, then our reception team will email you back to confirm your consent before passing on your photographs to a doctor.
Please do not email photographs of children's skin problems without first discussing this with your GP. To send us your photo you will need to complete an Econsult by clicking the button below, once you have completed the form you will be given the option to upload your photo.
For skin lesions, please try to include the following information:
- Date of onset?
- Is the lesion single or multiple?
- Where is it on your body?
- Size of the lesion?
- Changes in size, shape, colour?
- Has it bled?
- Does it give you any symptoms?
- Have you had a skin cancer before?
Similarly for skin rashes - please try to include the following information:
- When did the skin problem start?
- Was the onset sudden or gradual?
Has the rash/changed over time?
Is the skin problem always present or does it come and go?:
- Where is the skin problem?
- Is it spreading?
Are there any obvious triggers for the symptom?
Does anything appear to improve the symptoms ?
Are there other symptoms that appear associated (e.g. fever/malaise)?
Have your previously tried any medication for this and has it worked?
For non-Rolle patients, you can be referred to my Specialist Clinic by your own GP.
I trained at Cambridge University, then at Guys' and St. Thomas' Hospitals In London, I have Diploma in Practical Dermatology from the University of Cardiff. I am a member of the British Association of Dermatologists and the Royal College of General Practitioners has certified me as a GP with an Extended Role (GPER) for treatment of skin lesions.
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