MGL Skin Cancer Clinic | Skin Cancer Clinic
Early skin scanning saves lives, we specialise in skin cancer medicine. Call (02) 6550 1733
Skin Cancer Checks, no referral necessary, sun spot checks, taree, wingham, forster, tuncurry, mid month coast
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Get your skin checked at least once a year.

Make an appointment today
call 02 6550 1733.

No referral necessary.

Approximately TWO out of THREE

Australians will be diagnosed with


by the time they are 70

Australia has the highest rates of


in the world.

Be Sun Smart - and get an annual skin check.

Early Scanning Saves Lives.

As a general guide, we recommend annual skin checks and we believe full body checks are best to enable skin cancers in their early stages to be identified and treated.

We specialise in Skin Cancer Medicine

Doctors working at this clinic are General Practitioners with special interest in Skin Cancer Medicine. We are here to diagnose and manage skin cancers & related conditions in a caring and professional environment.

New Patients

Save time at your appointment and fill our patient form before your appointment.

Make an appointment

Our caring and friendly people will put you at ease and will do their best to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Call us on 02 6550 1733.

Get Sun Safe – Know your products

  • SPF: The SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of a sunscreen is a measure of how well it protects the skin from sunburn. Sunscreens need to be applied liberally to achieve the SPF protection claimed on the label.
  • Water resistant: Does not come off the skin during swimming or exercise, provided it is not wiped off. While a label may state a sunscreen is ‘4 hours water resistant’, sunscreen still needs to be applied every two hours to maintain the same level of protection.
  • Broad-spectrum: Broad-spectrum sunscreens filter both UVA and UVB rays. UVB is the principal cause of sunburn, but both UVA and UVB contribute to increased skin cancer risk.

Skin Cancer Facts

Sunburn is the cause of this many cases of Skin Cancer0%
Number of people sunburnt on an average Australian Summer Weekend

Sun exposure that doesn’t result in burning can still cause damage to skin cells and increase your risk of developing skin cancer. Evidence suggests that regular exposure to UV radiation year after year can also lead to skin cancer.

Are you one of these percentages…?  Get Sun Smart, it can save your life.

Our mission is to diagnose and manage skin cancers & related conditions in a caring and professional environment.