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Skin Cancer Doctor at New Town Skin Cancer Centre
MMed (Skin Cancer), B.Med Sci (UTAS), MBBS ( UTAS), DCH (London), Dip. Aesthetic Medicine (AAAM), Dip. Practical Dermatology (Cardiff), DRANZCOG, FRACGP
Dr Dianne King graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1989. She practised as a general practitioner, starting out as an associate at Moonah Family Medical Centre before establishing her own general practice at Stoke Street Family Medical Centre and then New Town Skin Cancer Centre in 2007. The centre has now expanded to include skin repair and rejuvenation services and is one of the first in Tasmania to deliver these services in addition to skin cancer checks and surgical management.
Dr King began subspecialising in Skin Cancer Medicine over 15 years ago when she completed her Masters in Medicine (Skin Cancer) at The University of Queensland. She regularly upskills through international courses in skin cancer surgery, dermoscopy and therapeutics and teaches medical students at the University of Tasmania.
Dr King is on the Board of Melanoma Tasmania. She is passionate about teaching younger generations about skills in dermoscopy and teaches medical students at the University of Tasmania, striving every day towards a world where nobody dies from skin cancer.
After obtaining her Diploma in Dermatology from Cardiff University, Dr King developed a keen interest in the management of eczema, acne, psoriasis and rosacea. The natural progression of her career in skin work has seen her become a respected and passionate Aesthetic Doctor. Dr King strives to restore skin health, beauty and confidence for her patients and is passionate about achieving natural results.
In collaboration with Bond University, Dr King teaches Australia’s only university quality-assured courses in aesthetic medicine to other doctors across Australia and also delivers training to colleagues at our centre. She is widely respected in the aesthetics and skin cancer medicine industries and is frequently invited to attend conferences to upskill with leading experts in the fields.