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Skin Cancer


Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Australia. Most skin cancers are found on the face, head, back and upper limbs, where the sun normally hits the most. However, skin cancer can appear on any part of the body. Skin cancer is caused by ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.

The good news is that if skin cancer is caught early, it can be treated. 

The doctors regularly perform full skin checks and can diagnose and treat skin cancers. The clinic is equipped with dermatoscopes to accurately diagnose skin conditions.

The doctors are qualified to surgically excise a full range of skin cancers in the procedure room.

A skin check takes about 20-25 minutes and can be performed in a long appointment. This includes time for the examination and for your doctor to ask you questions about your general health. Make sure you tell your doctor about any spots or moles you have which are new, sore, changing, or unusual.

Skin Cancer Clinic
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Some doctors are accepting new patients. Please ask for details.

Please be aware, we are a PRIVATE billing practice


The Corner Family Surgery’s aim is to provide a personalised and dedicated service to our patients. We believe in providing a family feel in our practice where our patients can relax and trust their treatment.

Associated Practices

Surefoot Podiatry

There is an excellent professional team of Podiatrists- Surefoot Podiatry  who are available for general podiatry, children’s feet checks, dance and sports injuries, heel pain as well as diabetic and rheumatoid assessments, Veterans' Affairs. Patients who qualify under the EPC scheme are charged $68.00 and the patient will receive a rebate of $58.00 per visit (rate as at 1 July 2023), which will go into their nominated bank account that is registered with Medicare.

Australian Clinical Labs

The pathology company Australian Clinical Labs (ACL) are conveniently situated on site.  No appointment necessary. Open Monday to Friday 8am until 12.30pm.

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