For your annual skin check and assessments please visit Dr Pappas at the Milton Family Medical Practice. This is a private billing practice.
Their mission is to provide continuous and confidential medical services to patients in a caring approach in our welcoming practice environment.
Their qualified and experienced staff are ready to help you in Milton. Please visit the website or call 02 4454 4555 to make an appointment.
Dr Pappas offers Privately insured patients undergoing surgery at Ulladulla Endoscopy “no gap” cover through the major health funds. Dr Pappas also conducts a referral clinic for GP’s for patients requiring surgery.
The Day Hospital combines state of the art equipment, expert staff and modern recovery room to give you the highest level of medical treatment and personalised care. They have a dedicated team of experienced Doctors, Nurses and support staff who go out of their way to make your visit as comfortable as possible. Please visit the website or call 02 4455 5422 to make an appointment.
A dedicated skin cancer clinic is now available at the Jindabyne Medical Practice. This clinic offers a comprehensive service which includes full body skin checks & skin examination using dermatoscopy. Short term photographic monitoring of lesions is also available where appropriate . The service offers skin biopsies and both surgical & non-surgical treatment options in keeping with the latest trends and thinking – a service equivalent to that offered in larger, centralized skin cancer clinics. Dr Pappas consults in association with Dr Cath Newman of Elements Skin Clinic and visits the clinic on a quarterly basis.
Please visit the website or call 02 6457 1221 to make an appointment.
Are you at risk of skin cancer?
Digital mole scaning
We use “ MoleMax HD” for keeping digital imaging records of your moles and also total body photography. The special camera allows up to 30 X magnification and looks through the top layers of the skin when analysing a mole and stores the images on its database.
This technology enables us to detect subtle changes in moles and new moles be identified over time leading to early detection of melanoma and therefore a better chance of cure.