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Suite 2, 160 Boundary Rd
Ooralea QLD 4740
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Have you noticed a change in the look of your skin?

Have you noticed a change in the look of your skin?

Did you know that non-melanoma skin cancer is the most common cancer in the world? It affects two out of every three Australians by the age of 70.

While skin cancer is almost entirely preventable, early detection is important.

If you have a mole that is worrying you or you’ve noticed any of the following changes, it’s important to have it checked by a doctor as soon as possible. It only takes 15 minutes and could save your life.

  • Has your mole changed in colour or size, or has become itchy?
  • Do you have an area of skin that never heals?
  • Do you have a spot that has grown quickly, or is new?

Even if you feel your skin is healthy, we recommend seeing a doctor for a skin check at least once a year, especially if you spend time in the sun for work or leisure.

We have doctors who specialise in the early detection and management of skin cancer, and while most doctors can perform skin checks, some of our doctors have further qualifications in this field meaning they can also remove any dangerous spots or moles.

We recommend annual skin checks for people aged 50 years and over, or who have:

  • Family history of melanoma
  • Previous history of non-melanoma skin cancer
  • Previous history of melanoma
  • Attended a solarium more than five times
  • Significant sun damage
  • A spot that has changed, is new, or has become symptomatic.

If this is you, or someone you know, please book a skin check appointment with your doctor today.

After Hours

We do not offer after hours appointments. After hours assistance is available the Emergency Department at the Mackay Base Public Hospital. There is also the Mater Emergency After Hours Service located on Willets Road, North Mackay. This is a walk-in service only and fees apply.

In a medical emergency, please call 000 and ask for an ambulance.