About Us

Our practice:
Warner Skin Cancer Clinic is based at the Warner Family Medical Practice and is guided by Dr Ala Melati, Dr Zeeshan RahimAll of our doctors at the Warner Skin Cancer Clinic have had training specifically in skin cancer medicine. Dr Ala Melati is accredited by the Skin Cancer College.

There is no referral required both "spot checks" and full skin examinations are offered.

We have a state of the art procedure room, which gives our patients best access to surgical treatment outside of a hospital setting.

We also offer digital dermatoscopy to monitor concerning moles.

Specialist Referrals
If specialist referral is required then we can refer you to other surgical specialties recommended by our doctors or to a Specialist of your choice.

General Practice:
Warner Family Medical Practice are separate to Warner Skin Cancer Clinic. You will be referred back to your regular GP for your general health care needs.

Should you require a regular GP then please visit Warner Family Medical Practice website for your general health care needs, you can book an appointment online: www.warnerfmp.com.au or phone on 3882 3244.

Appointments:
We offer initial consultations with Dr Melati and Dr Rahim throughout the week with the exception of Tuesdays, which are the procedural days. You can book an appointment online or contact the practice on 3882 3244. If you have previously attended our Skin Cancer Clinic at Warner Family Medical Practice, please contact the practice directly to schedule your next appointment.

Festive Opening Hours: Please note, our operating hours may vary over the Christmas and New Year Period, please call us on 3882 3244 to confirm when appointments are available or check our appointments available online.

Results:
The staff at the skin cancer clinic will contact you regarding results (usually a few working days after the biopsy / excision) and organise any follow up as required.

Your rights:
If you have a problem, we would like to hear about it. Please feel free to talk to your doctor or receptionist. You may prefer to write to us or use our suggestion box. We take your concerns, suggestions and complaints seriously. However, if you wish to take the matter further and feel that you need to discuss the matter outside of the surgery, please phone the Health Quality & Complaints Commission on 3120 5999 or by email info@hqcc.qld.gov.au

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