About Dr Jones
Dr Jennifer Jones, Consultant Dermatologist MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCP (Lon)
Dr Jennifer Jones is a consultant dermatologist who trained in London, Miami and Auckland. She works both privately and in the NHS.
She understands the impact that skin problems can have on your quality of life and confidence. She will give you the time you need to talk about your concerns and to feel listened to. Not all conditions can be cured but Dr Jones has years of experience and she will do all she can to help improve your symptoms, so that you can get on with your everyday life.
Her specialist interests include acne, skin cancer, eczema and alopecia (hair loss).
Dr Jones studied medicine at the Royal Free Hospital, University of London and also qualified with a BSc Honours degree. She trained in dermatology at University College London and Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals, in London and also internationally at the dermatology departments of Miami, Barcelona and Auckland University Hospitals.
She works as an NHS Consultant at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, the largest dermatology unit in North London, where she is head of dermatology specialist training. She has extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of all skin conditions, but has specialist clinics in eczema and skin cancer. She has also set up a monthly alopecia clinic for patients suffering with scalp and hair conditions.
Dr Jones is a member of the British Association of Dermatology (BAD) and member of the Royal College of Physicians. She was one of the founders of the British Hair and Nail Society (BHNS). She was an executive committee member and the treasurer for over ten years. She also co-founded London Hair Specialists. She edited the hair and scalp chapter of the fourth edition of "Differential Diagnoses in Dermatology" which was first published in 1990.
She was an advisory consultant for a multinational cosmetic company from 2005 -2016, and is a spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation.
She has presented nationally and internationally and is published in the medical literature.
She spent four years working in South America and speaks fluent Spanish.
Keeping children safe in the sun
Women and hair loss