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Caloundra Skin Cancer Centre
We are a private billing clinic. Medicare rebates available.
No referral required.
Monday to Friday: 8.00am - 5.00pm
5/14 Bowman Road
Caloundra, QLD 4551
Phone: 07 5492 6333
There is limited parking available at the rear of the clinic, just off Omrah Avenue. There is also parking available in surrounding streets and across the road in the Stockland Shopping Centre carpark.
Skin cancer and skin health services for you
Skin cancer checks
Receive a full-body examination of your entire skin surface with a qualified doctor utilising dermoscopy for earliest skin cancer diagnosis.
Skin cancer diagnosis
Safe, timely and efficient diagnosis of skin cancer with dermoscopy, digital imaging and pathology-confirmed biopsy.
Skin cancer surgery
Skin cancer surgery, one of the most effective skin cancer treatments, is delivered in dedicated operating theatres with thorough aftercare.
Our clinic uses HotDoc for online bookings and SMS reminders
Caloundra Skin Cancer Centre is a private billing facility and we appreciate full payment on the day of consultation. We offer several payment options, including cash, EFTPOS and credit card. For your convenience, we use Medicare online so your rebate will be refunded promptly. Please ask our staff for more information. With the exception of Veterans who will continue to be fully bulk billed, patients will fall into one of two categories: concession and private.
Full body skin cancer check
Fee may vary depending on appointment length.
Medicare rebates available.
$140 - $180 (new patients)
$130 - $170 (existing patients)
$115 - $155 (existing pensioners)
Medicare rebates available.
$120 (existing patients)
LED light therapy
For accelerated wound healing and improved scarring results.
$50 for single session
$125 for 3 sessions
$250 for 6 sessions
Topical treatment to reduce skin cancer risk and treat sun damage on large areas.
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At our skin cancer clinic on the Sunshine Coast, Caloundra Skin Cancer Centre, we provide a comprehensive approach to looking after your skin health. The qualified team works primarily in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment, and experienced doctors are supported by a highly trained team of support staff for your optimal care. Following our vision of a world where nobody dies of skin cancer, we deliver the highest standard of care and save lives every day. Our medical team will provide you with expert advice, utmost skill – and most importantly, peace of mind. We can help you with skin cancer screening and diagnosis, surgical and non-surgical skin cancer treatments, mole removal, and wound and scar management.
Conveniently located opposite Stockland Shopping Centre, limited parking is available at the rear of the clinic, just off Omrah Avenue. There is also parking available in surrounding streets and across the road in the Stockland Shopping Centre car park (entry via Bowman Road). If you're taking public transport, the nearest bus stop is on the other side of the shopping centre at First Ave near Mayes Ave.
Your health and satisfaction are at the forefront of everything we do. We understand that all patients have varying requirements and aspirations; therefore, we will always tailor your care plan for you and work hard to exceed your expectations. Thank you for choosing us for your skin check on the Sunshine Coast!
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Frequently asked questions
Can skin cancer look like a blood blister?
Yes, skin cancer sometimes appears like a lesion that won't heal, including blood blisters and pimples. If you have any unusual lesions on your body that stand out from the rest, or if a lesion is not going away on its own after several weeks or months, it's essential to get it assessed by a doctor. Typically, melanoma will show one of the ABCD signs: Asymmetry, irregular Border, multiple Colours, or Diameter larger than 6mm.
Where can I find a skin cancer clinic in Caloundra?
Caloundra Skin Cancer Centre on the Sunshine Coast is conveniently located opposite Stockland Shopping Centre. Limited parking is available at the rear of the clinic, just off Omrah Avenue. There is also parking available in surrounding streets and across the road in the Stockland Shopping Centre car park (entry via Bowman Road). If you're taking public transport, the nearest bus stop is on the other side of the shopping centre at First Ave near Mayes Ave.
What does skin cancer look like when it first starts?
Early melanomas are usually very small (less than 1mm) and have not yet spread to other areas of the body such as the lymph nodes or other organs. Melanoma typically stands out as looking different from the rest of the lesions on your skin and often shows one of the ABCD signs: Asymmetry, irregular Border, multiple Colours, or Diameter larger than 6mm. Non-melanoma skin cancers such as squamous or basal cell carcinomas can appear as a scaly red patch on sun-exposed areas of the skin, an open sore that won't heal, a rough or thick patch of irritated skin, a raised growth, or even a blister. They can become crusty and easily bleed. Early skin cancers may show no symptoms at all, which is why regular professional skin checks are so important.
What are the signs that melanoma has spread?
In its advanced stages, melanoma of the skin can spread to other organs of the body and become fatal. Some early signs of spreading include hard or swollen lymph nodes, pain, feeling tired or unwell, weight loss, yellow eyes and skin, stomach pain, and more. The good news is that melanoma is usually curable if detected early, before it can spread, which is why regular professional skin checks are so important.
What can be mistaken for skin cancer?
Skin cancer can sometimes look like a blister, pimple, ulcer, a sore that won't heal, a scar, a patch of irritated skin, or it can be mistaken for a benign freckle. The best way to determine if a lesion is cancerous is by having it assessed by a doctor.
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