Dr Johanna Ward

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Dr Johanna Ward

Dr Johanna Ward BA (Hons) MBBS DRCOG MRCGP Dip Clin Derm (distinction). An award-winning Cosmetic Doctor and GP with a special interest in clinical dermatology and nutrition. She studied English at Oxford University before studying Medicine at Guys, Kings and St Thomas’ in London.

Dr Ward is a member of BCAM (British College of Aesthetics Medicine) and registered with the General Medical Council (GMC no. 6120830) as well as being a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. She is an advanced cosmetic injector and a certified trainer, having trained with many high profile injectors such as Dr Zein Obagi (Beverly Hills) and Mauricio de Maio (Brazil).

Dr Ward has devoted her professional career to the science and study of skin health and ageing and is a passionate believer in the power of preventative medicine.

She is an advanced cosmetic injector and laser practitioner as well as training other Doctors nationally and internationally. She is often called up in the media to comment about all things ageing, dermatology and nutrition related. She is author of the best-selling book ‘Superfoods to Superhealth’ and is currently the resident skin doctor for Women’s Health Magazine.

Dr Ward has incredible attention to detail and artistic flair that has earnt her a loyal client following that includes Hollywood A-Listers and Royalty. No matter who you are she will put you at ease. She is known for her warming nature, passion and attention to detail. Most importantly, among colleagues, Dr Ward is considered one of the safest pairs of hands.

Web Address: https://www.zenii.co.uk/ Email Address: drward@zenii.co.uk

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