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Ipswich Skin Clinic

Ipswich Skin Clinic bulk-bills patients who hold pension, healthcare or Veterans Affairs cards.  All other patients are billed a private fee which incurs a Medicare rebate.

Do I need to make an appointment?

Appointments are necessary however, feel free to drop in during your shopping time to check availability.

Do you have appointments after school and work  hours?

We are open extended hours for your convenience so you can be seen after school or work etc. Some treatments (especially skin cancer surgery) are held at designated times, which may mean taking time off work.

What do you treat?

We only treat “skin diseases” and we will refer any other conditions back to your normal GP or specialist for continuing management.

Do you involve my GP?

We will write back to your normal GP with a summary of your treatment.

Do I need to bring anything to my apointment?

We would appreciate it if you could bring with you any creams, lotions etc that you have previously been using, so that we are aware of what treatments have been used in the past.

If you have any further questions, please contact us and we will be happy to assist where we can.

Skin Checks

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Ipswich Skin has a particular interest and expertise in screening for malignant melanoma, a skin cancer that can ultimately be fatal. Book your check today. 

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Contact

Brassall Shopping Centre (Next to Supa IGA)
68 Hunter Street, Brassall, QLD 4305

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Ph: (07) 3201 7485

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