MD, MRCGP (UK), FRACGP, Adv Cert Skin Cancer Med, Prof Cert Dermoscopy
Dr Angelica Logarta-Scott is an experienced medical professional with over 18 years of clinical experience. She obtained her medical degree in 2005 and completed her specialty training in General Practice in the UK. Since 2018, she has been practising in Australia pursuing her special interest in skin cancer medicine and surgery. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and a member of the Skin Cancer College Australasia, and is committed to staying up to date with the latest developments in skin cancer research and treatment.
Dr Logarta-Scott has completed advanced training in skin cancer medicine and dermoscopy and is continuously learning to expand her diagnostic and treatment skills, including in excisional surgery, skin grafts and flaps, cryotherapy, and topical treatments. Dedicated to early skin cancer detection and prevention, she is passionate about her work because she has seen the devastating effects of the disease. She strives to save lives and feels strongly about taking a proactive approach to managing early skin cancers to help her patients avoid serious consequences.
Dr Logarta-Scott is dedicated to working with individuals from all backgrounds to help them maintain their skin health and wellbeing, and she enjoys fostering strong relationships with all her patients.
• Professional Certificate of Aesthetic Medicine (HealthCert Education), 2022
• Advanced Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (HealthCert Education), 2020
• Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (HealthCert Education), 2019
• Professional Certificate of Dermoscopy (HealthCert Education), 2019
• Member of the Skin Cancer College Australasia
• Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, 2017
• Member of Royal College of General Practitioners (UK), 2017
• Doctor of Medicine (Cebu Institute of Medicine), 2005
4/9 Church Street
Terrigal, NSW 2260
Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 4.30pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 1:00pm
There is a small carpark at the front, however street parking or the free parking station in Wilson Road is best. Please allow extra time when driving into Terrigal as traffic can be heavy.