Consultant Dermatologist Dr Isha Narang
MBBS MD DNB
Dr Isha Narang is a Dermatologist trained both in the UK (Derby-Nottingham) and in India (Delhi). Dr Narang sees adult patients for mole checks, skin cancer and medical dermatological conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, hair loss and other undiagnosed conditions. Dr Isha Narang specializes in conditions of skin of colour. Dr Narang deals with paediatric dermatology conditions like acne, birthmarks, infections, warts, molluscum and eczema. Dr Isha Narang is experienced in surgical procedures like excisions, biopsies, and cryotherapy.
Dermatologist Dr Narang holds substantive consultant posts in Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust and West Hertfordshire NHS Trust.
Why See Dr Isha Narang?
Dr Isha Narang has acquired extensive dermatology knowledge across the globe and has experience in varied pathology and vast dermatology conditions in all skin types. She has done visiting Fellowships in Sapienza University (Rome) and University of California, San Francisco. She runs a Hair clinic in an NHS Trust. She speaks English, Hindi, Urdu and respectful of people of all ethnicities and backgrounds. She is compassionate and an ardent listener. She also has special interest in Paediatric Dermatology and skin cancer. She has knowledge on latest treatment modalities in Dermatology including lasers. She has knowledge on aesthetics and incorporated it in her practice of dermatology. She is up to date with latest dermatology research and advances. She is active in training registrars, fellows, GPs and nurses in dermatology.
Dr Narang will be offering interventions depending on the condition and patient preference. This would be for diagnostic or treatment purposes. This may include biopsies, cryotherapy, removal, curettage and cautery etc. She takes into consideration aesthetics in her dermatology practice.
At a Glance
Saturdays: 10am to 1pm
Dr Narang is not currently recognised by UK private health insurers and accepts self paying patients only.
Dr Isha Narang is registered with the GMC and on the specialist register for Dermatology. She is a member of Royal Society of Medicine, British Society of Paediatric Dermatology, British Society for Cutaneous allergy, International Society of Dermatology, Indian Association of Dermatology Venereology and Leprosy and UK Dermatology clinical trials network (UKDCTN).
Education and Training
Dr Isha Narang is trained in Dermatology both in the UK (East midlands) and in India (Delhi). She has received multiple awards and scholarships during her training including BSCA Best Registrar Presentation award in 2021.
Dr Isha Narang’s Publications Include:
Dr Isha Narang is widely published and some examples include:
Narang I ,Smith J, Bleiker T O. NICE recommends Glucose monitoring devices for all Type 1 Diabetics: Anticipating further increase in cutaneous reactions to these devices. Clin Exp Dermatol.
Narang I, Das A, Sarkar R. Mentorship in dermatology-A beginner’s guide. Indian Dermatol Online J 2021;12:907-11
Narang, I, Chohan, B and Bleiker, T O (2021), Degos disease with renal cell carcinoma. Clin Exp Dermatol.
Narang I, Panthagani AP, Lewis M, Chohan B, Ferguson A, Nambi R. COVID-19-induced toxic epidermal necrolysis. Clin Exp Dermatol. 2021 Jan 28:10.1111/ced.14574. doi: 10.1111/ced.14574.
O’Neill H, Narang I, Buckley D, Phillips T, Bertram C, Bleiker T, Chowdhury M, Cooper S, Abdul Ghaffar S, Johnston G, Kiely L, Sansom J, Stone N, Thompson D and Banerjee, P. (2021), Occupational dermatoses during the COVID‐19 pandemic: a multicentre audit in the UK and Ireland. Br J Dermatol
Narang I, Mohandas P, Hawari R, Nambi R. A unique ‘hand in bucket’ sign in a case of acquired unilateral aquagenic syringeal acrokeratoderma. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology. DOI: 10.1111/ced.14338
Narang I, Sardana K, Bajpai R, Garg VK. Seasonal aggravation of acne in summers and the effect of temperature and humidity in a study in a tropical setting. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2018;00:1–7.
Sarkar R, Narang I. Atopic dermatitis in Indian children: The influence of lower socioeconomic status. Clinics in Dermatology. 2018;36(5):585-594. doi:10.1016/j.clindermatol.2018.05.009
Dr Isha Narang has been quoted in the press and some examples include:
- Covid-19 triggers epidemic of eczema – Nottinghamshire Live (nottinghampost.com)
- Coronavirus ‘sparks NHS eczema epidemic’ from staff ‘washing hands too much’ – Birmingham Live (birminghammail.co.uk)
- Study says ‘coronavirus hand washing’ has triggered an eczema epidemic – Wales Online