We offer the highest certainty around the detection and treatment of skin cancer. We stop at nothing to give our patients the best possible care and outcomes at every point in their journey.
Our doctors are highly trained and our results are processed in our own specialist pathology laboratory – which is the biggest in Australia and does nothing but skin cancer.
Our clinics and labs use of state-of-the-art technology to improve the patient journey and enable the highest standards of medical care.
Our Strathpine skin cancer clinic is on the main strip of Gympie road and is only a 5 minute to Bray Park train station. Neighbouring suburbs include Bray Park, Bald Hills and Brendale.
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Please Note: All Consultations and Biopsies are Bulked Billed.
*Bulk Billing Available For Medicare Card Holders.
Monday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
|Dr Nilesh D’Crus
MD, FACRRM, Mem RACGP, AMC certificate, ECFMG(USA), AFSCHE, Post Grad Dip Health Services Management (Melb), Medical Educator John Flynn program
Dr Nilesh D’Crus is a specialist GP whom initially started in Emergency Medicine and has worked in various Emergency Departments prior to gaining a fellowship in General Practice. Dr Nilesh has completed his Advanced Specialised Fellowship year in Internal Medicine in 2012 at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle. Since attaining fellowship Dr Nilesh has worked in General Practice with an interest in Skin Cancer and doing minor Excisions and Procedures.
|Dr Chia-Chi Chu
MBBS, MS, DCH
MBBS of University of New South Wales, 2007. Master of Surgery, University of Sydney 2010. Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine. Diploma of Child Health, Westmead Children’s Hospital 2015.
Dr Chu is an experienced and friendly skin cancer doctor. His attention-to-detail examination will not let any skin cancer go undetected. With his meticulous surgical skills and honesty, you can be assured of getting the best treatment possible. Dr. Chu holds a Master of Surgery from the University of Sydney, and he is a fellow of RACGP.
|Dr Tari Mudadada|