Dr Fletcher has more than 20 years experience in Dermatology and was appointed Consultant Dermatologist at Kingston Hospital in 2003.

Her undergraduate training took place at King’s College, London where she graduated in 1990. In her final year she was awarded the Dermatology prize. Her elective was spent in Australia combining adult and paediatric Dermatology in Adelaide with the Flying Obstetric and Gynaecology Service in Queensland.

Dr Fletcher passed the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians examination in 1995, whilst working as a Dermatology Senior House Officer at the Middlesex and University College Hospitals, London. A period of research then followed, at Guy’s Hospital, developing a clinical diagnostic aid for toenail fungal infections. Clinical Registrar posts were subsequently undertaken at Guy’s Hospital, Lewisham Hospital and at the world-renowned St. John’s Institute of Dermatology. She was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training in 2002 and gained entry onto the GMC Specialist Register.

Dr Fletcher has clinical interests in: pigmented lesions (moles) and dermoscopy, skin cancer, teenage acne, infectious dermatology and phototherapy. She set up the multidisciplinary Skin Cancer Service at Kingston Hospital, along with Mr Soldin, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, in 2003. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2007 and held a level 2 Clinical Excellence Award.

After 28 years of working for the NHS, Dr Fletcher took early retirement in 2018.

Dr Fletcher receives excellent feedback from her patients; data collected for revalidation, showed that 100% of her patients were happy with the care that she provided and 100% were happy to see her again.

Multidisciplinary colleague feedback was similarly impressive with a very high average score of 4.92 out of a maximum score of 5.

Dr Fletcher is registered with all the major insurance companies. She holds BUPA Premier Consultant status and is an AXA PPP Fee Approved Specialist.

Dr Fletcher has lived in Kingston for 20 years and greatly values the opportunity to look after the dermatological needs of her local community. She has 2 children, who both attend local schools. She is a supporter of the National Autistic Society and the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund.

She enjoys amateur photography and spending time in Richmond Park, the largest of the London Royal Parks and a National Nature Reserve.