Skin Cancer Clinic 2024-01-31T04:26:59+00:00

Skin Cancer Clinic

Australia and New Zealand have the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Skin cancer is one of the most common preventable cause of cancer in Australia. Burwood Health Care has a specialised skin cancer clinic that are run by doctors that have special post graduate qualifications.

How do I check to see if I have skin cancer?

Here is a simple guide to help you recognise the early signs of cancer.

SCAN you skin. Look for a spot or a mole that is:

  • SORE – Scaly, itchy, bleeding, tender and doesn’t heal within 6 weeks

  • CHANGING – Changing in size, shape, colour or texture

  • ABNORMAL – Looks different, feels different, or stands out when compared to your other spots and moles.

  • NEW – Has appeared on your skin recently. Any new moles or spots should be checked, especially if you are over 40.

The more of the above features a spot or mole has, the more concerning it may be. Get it checked by a doctor.

You cannot book this appointment type online or through the ASM app, please call our clinic and speak with one of our friendly receptionists to book an appointment (03) 9888 8177. Alternatively, email to receive a call back. Please note initial and follow up appointments may be required.