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Dr Tessa Hoffman

Specialist Dermatologist

My empathy and pragmatic approach make me the dermatologist of choice to a varied patient base.

Dr Tessa Hoffman

Specialist Dermatologist

Dr Tessa Hoffman is a specialist dermatologist with a keen interest in medical dermatology, general paediatric dermatology, and skin cancer screening. Before specialising as a dermatologist, she spent 4 years working in various fields of internal medicine, through which she developed a unique and  comprehensive perspective.

She strives to apply her extensive experience acquired from public and private healthcare practice to every patient in an empathic manner. Her holistic approach to skin health encompasses prevention and treatment, aiming to ensure beautiful, healthy skin at all stages of life.

MBChB (UCT), FC Derm (SA) Key career distinctions: 1995 Standard Bank scholarship, UCT entrance merit scholarship and Aubrey Radford entrance scholarship to study medicine 2000 Admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery 2003 NHS/ UK medical experience 2004-2007 Registrar in Internal Medicine 2010 Graduated as a Fellow of the College of Dermatologists of South Africa 2011- 2012 Consultant dermatologist at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital, Johannesburg 2012-2017 Private practice, Hyde Park, Johannesburg 2018 Joined Atlantic Dermatology and Laser

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