Please Note – As of 2nd January 2024, there will be an increase in fees. Please contact us directly to discuss.
Monday – Friday
Private standard consultation: $120 – Medicare Rebate $41.40
Pension Card Holder: $70 – Medicare Rebate $41.40
DVA card holders will be Bulk Billed
After hours (6pm onwards Monday – Friday)
Private standard consultation $160 – Medicare Rebate $53.90
No concession card or DVA card are accepted on weeknights after 6.00pm full private consult fees apply
Private standard consultation (8am – 12:45pm): $140 – Medicare Rebate $41.40
Private standard consultation (1pm – 4pm): $160 – Medicare Rebate $53.90
No DVA or Concession Cards accepted on Saturdays. Full consultation fee applies.
Dr Alex Markou Fees -
Private standard consultation: $100 – Medicare Rebate $21
Pension Card Holder: $80 – Medicare Rebate $21
NO BB FOR DVA – ($80 fee with a $21 Rebate from Medicare)
Dr Wei Yen Fees -
Private standard consultation: $120 – Medicare Rebate $21
Pension Card Holder: $70 – Medicare Rebate $21
NO BB FOR DVA – ($70 fee with a $21 Rebate from Medicare)
Additional fees will apply for procedures and treatments.
Additional Clinic Information
Please note that we are unable to accept cash payments in the clinic, with only Eftpos and Credit Card payments allowed – for safety and convenience. Thank you for your understanding.
Same Day Cancellation Policy applies.
Same day cancellations and non-attendance may incur a fee. If you are unable to attend your appointment, please contact our office as early as possible so that the appointment can be offered to our waiting list.
Meet Your Doctors at Glenunga Clinic
Dr. Alex Markou
SunDoctors Glenunga now welcomes Dr Alex Markou (previously at The Strand Skin Cancer Clinic).
In 1999 Dr Alex Markou joined the Chatswood Skin Cancer Physicians in Sydney and underwent further training in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment as well as advanced surgical techniques for the excision of difficult lesions including flap reconstructions.
He completed the Certificate of Dermatology from Monash University in 2000 and gained the Postgraduate Diploma of Practical Dermatology from the University of Wales, Cardiff, UK in 2004. He has been a member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia since 2003.
In 2004 Dr Alex Markou established The Strand Skin Cancer Clinic in Colonel Light Gardens and had been exclusively practicing skin cancer medicine and surgery there for the last 16 years before joining the SunDoctors team in Jan 2021.
Dr Paul Annells
Dr Paul Annells received his Bachelor of Medicine and surgery from Flinders University in South Australia in 1993, and gained recognition as a fellow of the College of General Practitioners in 2000. Dr Annells began his training in skin cancer medicine in 2000 and has had extensive experience in skin cancer work since then and completed many weekend courses and diplomas, in addition to the Masters in Medicine in Skin Cancer from the University of Queensland in 2011. He has completed Diplomas in Dermoscopy and Advanced Skin Cancer Surgery.
He was the principal skin cancer clinic for Rural GP registrars in Southern Queensland for a number of years, during which he established three highly regarded skin cancer clinics in Brisbane. He continues to manage these clinics remotely after relocating to Adelaide in 2020.
Dr Annells has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers.
Dr Annells has extensive experience in flap and skin grafting surgery for facial skin cancers. His skills include flap surgery using advancement, rotation and transposition flaps, and also the specialised use of myocutanous flaps for reconstruction of nasal tip cancers and the keystone flap repair for the challenging lower limb area.
He performs wedge excision for cancers situated on the vermillion of the lip and the eyelid and routinely uses cosmetic wound closure including the use of dermal sutures for internal closure of wounds.
His clinical work also includes collaboration in published research with the University of South Australia and the University of Queensland, and has worked with Professor Tarl Prow on a number of published studies into the genetics of skin cancer and novel and emerging treatment modalities for skin cancer treatment. Dr Annells has been an accredited member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia for over ten years.
Dr Sheng-Wen Cheng
Dr Sheng-Wen Cheng is an experienced skin cancer physician, his specialty includes face, torso and upper and lower limbs. He attended medical school at the University of Adelaide and completed his internship at Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Dr Cheng has worked alongside a general surgeon who specialized in major skin cancer at Glenelg Day Surgery and has gained local experience in skin cancer surgery including skin grafts and flaps.
MBBS – University of Adelaide
Diploma in Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery
Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery via Healthcert (Quality assured by Bond University and recognized by International Dermoscopy Society)
Australian Medical Association Member
Fellow of the College of General Practitioners in 2017
Dr Ellen Lin
Dr. Lin graduated from medical school in 2011 and completed her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2020. She joined SunDoctors at Glenunga in May 2021. Dr Lin is a member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia and has completed its Certificates in Skin Cancer Medicine and Dermoscopy. Dr. Lin is currently undertaking her advanced certification in the area. Dr Lin offers thorough skin checks, biopsy, excision, and advocates strongly for sun protection and safety.
Dr Ceridwen Lloyd
Dr Lloyd graduated from Flinders University in 1990 and obtained her FRACGP in 1995. She is now in her 18th year of skin cancer medicine, seeing three generations of some families and is fully accredited with the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. Dr Lloyd has patients from all over Australia and has a particular interest in post-transplant patients, and those with many moles, and it finds it rewarding to make a difference (sometimes small, sometimes great) to her patients’ health.
Also she enjoys sewing.
Dr Ben Moore
Dr Ben Moore graduated from Flinders University with a medical degree in 2013. He has been a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners since 2019. Ben works as a GP and has a special interest is in skin cancer medicine. He has completed the Certificate of Dermoscopy, Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine and the Advanced Skin Surgery Workshop from the Skin Cancer College of Australasia.
Bachelor of Applied Science - Occupational Therapy - 2002
Doctor of Medicine (MD) (Flinders University) - 2013
Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) - 2019
Certificate of Dermoscopy (Skin Cancer College Australasia) - 2019
Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (Skin Cancer College Australasia) - 2019
Advanced Skin Surgery Workshop (Skin Cancer College Australasia) - 2020
Member of the Skin Cancer College Australasia - 2020
Advanced Clinical Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery (Skin Cancer College Australasia) - 2020
Dr Wei Yen
Dr Wei Yen graduated from University of Adelaide with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1994. He commenced his career working as a resident Emergency and Cardiology in Adelaide. He spent several years training and gaining experience in central London hospitals such as St Mary's in Paddington and the Royal Free hospital in Hampstead.
After returning to Sydney in 2000, he developed a strong focus on Skin cancer, Dermatology and Dermatologic surgery. He has extensive specialised training in the diagnosis of Melanoma and other skin cancers, including surgical removal. He concentrates on the prevention, early diagnosis, and early intervention for skin cancer patients in Australia. He has a background in Cosmetic dermatology, laser skin rejuvenation, and hair restoration surgery and medical treatment.
He has obtained certification with the Skin cancer college of Australia and New Zealand. Furthermore, he attends regular conferences on current developments in medical and surgical treatment of skin cancer in primary care. He now works exclusively in this field of medicine. He continually reviews the latest technologies, research and developments in the treatment of skin cancer. He has consulted over 60 000 patients and treated over 10 000 skin cancers and precancers.
Dr Yen enjoys social tennis and golf. He finds relaxation strumming on an acoustic guitar and painting landscapes in oils on canvas and linen. However, his main pleasure is spending family time with his wife and 2 young daughters.
He looks forward to meeting you, guiding patients through to the best possible outcome beginning with a thorough, attentive, and informative consultation.
Dr James Richards
Dr James Richards qualified with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2005, he gained Fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practioners and has practiced skin cancer medicine since 2012. He has completed Certificates in Dermoscopy, Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine and the Advanced Skin Surgery Workshop from the Skin Cancer College of Australasia and is an Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor and keeps upto date with attending conferences and workshops regularly.
He has pursued a Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine from the The American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine and does cosmetic skin lesion removals.
In his other time , he works in Emergency Medicine and does locums in rural Australia and has a interest in Men’s Health. He’s a board member for the Clinical and Scientific Committee for Andrology Australia.
He’s also a FIM Certified Medical Officer and does Motorsports events.
Dr James looks forward to meeting you and guiding you in your skin health to achieve the best clinical and cosmetic outcome.
Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery( MBBS ) 2005
Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine – Amercian Academy of Aesthetic Medicine 2009
Fellowship of Royal Australian General Practioners ( FRACGP ) 2014
Certificate of Dermoscopy (Skin Cancer College Australasia) – 2020
Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (Skin Cancer College Australasia) – 2020
Advanced Clinical Certificate of Dermoscopy (Skin Cancer College Australasia 2020
Advanced Skin Surgery Workshop (Skin Cancer College Australasia 2020
Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor Skin Cancer College Australasia 2021
Dr Firoza Khan
Dr Firoza Khan graduated with a medical degree from the University of Adelaide in 2000.
She attained her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2007.
She also works as a GP, with a strong focus on skin cancers and dermatology in general.
She loves spending time with her family and their passion for the round football!
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery 2000
Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners 2007
Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine 2015
Certificate in Skin Cancer Therapeutics 2016
Professional Certificate in General Dermatology 2017
Certificate of Dermoscopy (Skin Cancer College Australasia) 2021
Member of Skin Cancer College Australasia
Dr Neha Prasad Sinha
Dr Neha is a multilingual GP consultant equipped with extensive medical experience and a diverse set of clinical skills.
Following her induction into the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2021, she continues to diversify her clinical portfolio and is currently developing a niche in skin cancer management by undertaking a Fellowship Training that is provided by the Skin Cancer College Australasia.
In spite of that, her strongest asset lies in her excellent inter-personal relationship which focuses on clear and concise communication with her patients.
Dr. Nikhil Tamminedi
Dr. Nikhil Tamminedi graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2017. He moved to Adelaide in 2020 and attained Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He has completed certificates in Dermoscopy, and skin cancer medicine/surgery as part of further training, and regularly attends skin cancer related workshops and conferences to advance his skills. He also consults as a general practitioner elsewhere, with an interest in travel medicine, and chronic disease. He is very approachable and friendly, and values clear communication with his patients. In his spare time, he enjoys indoor rock climbing, travelling, and exploring Adelaide's food and wine scene.