MBBS, BSc (Hons I), FRACGP
Dr Francisco Rodriguez-Letters (Franco) has practised in skin cancer medicine for over a decade. Taking a sincere and personable approach to all his patients, he has extensive experience in treating skin cancers using a variety of techniques, ranging from non-surgical treatments all the way through to complicated flaps and grafts.
Having practised in rural Queensland for 12 years, Dr Rodriguez-Letters has a deep appreciation for country folk and the difficulties they face in day-to-day life.
He completed his medical training at The University of Queensland in 2009 and worked at the Royal Brisbane and Womens' Hospital for a couple of years before heading west to Cloncurry to train as a rural GP. He then moved to Clifton in the Darling Downs region, where he trained rural GP Registrars and Fellows as a supervisor in general medicine.
Dr Rodriguez-Letters believes there is nothing more wonderful than finding a melanoma in its infancy. He loves saving lives for the betterment of his patients and their families! He lives in a small country town on the Darling Downs with his wife and infant daughter. He is the proud owner of an astronomical observatory and enjoys doing astrophotography. He holds a Bachelor of Science with first class honors from The University of Queensland in mathematics and physics.
Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (The University of Queensland), 2009
Bachelor of Science (Honours I), (The University of Queensland)
68 Neil St
Toowoomba, QLD 4350
Monday to Friday: 8.00am – 5.00pm
Free on-site parking is available in the driveway alongside our centre or on the street.