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Geelong Skin Check And Mole Check
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Our partner clinics undergo MoleMap accredited training. Using our proven skin surveillance system, they deliver the same high-quality report and dermatologist diagnosis.

One Aussie is diagnosed with skin cancer every 30 minutes

Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. It spreads quickly and can become deadly in as little as six weeks. The good news is that 95% of cases can be treated, if found early.

Never had a skin check or haven’t had one for a while? Maybe you’ve noticed a new or changing mole and want it checked out fast. At Geelong skin cancer clinic, you’ll get a comprehensive head-to-toe skin check. Suspicious moles are sent for dermatologist review (no referral needed). Rest assured, it’s the best step toward prevention and protection.

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Address

275 Ryrie Street, Geelong VIC 3220

Opening hours

Monday 8am - 5:30pm

Tuesday 8am - 5:30pm

Wednesday 8am - 5:30pm

Thursday 8am - 5:30pm

Friday 8am - 5:30pm

Saturday 8:30am - 12:30pm

Sunday Closed

Services

Full Body MoleMap
Full Body MoleMap
SkinCheck
SkinCheck
SkinCheck+
SkinCheck+
Skin Cancer Treatment
Skin Cancer Treatment
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Street Parking
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Wheel Chair access

Getting there

Geelong skin check clinic is located within The Medical Health Group. Look for the red brick converted house - which is on the corner of Ryrie and Bellerine Streets, opposite University Hospital Geelong. Street parking is available.

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Find the right skin service for you

SkinCheck

A thorough head-to-toe skin examination by a melanographer (a trained nurse specialising in skin cancer triage). Any ‘at risk’ moles are imaged and sent for dermatologist diagnosis. No referral needed.
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MoleMap AU Skin Check Services

SkinCheck+

All the benefits of a SkinCheck with the addition of full body imaging. Because your skin is always changing, a photographic record makes it easy to spot new moles and take action.
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Skin Cancer Treatment

Full Body MoleMap

Our most comprehensive mole check and mole monitoring service. All the benefits of a SkinCheck with the addition of full body imaging and mole mapping. Because tracking mole changes assists with the early detection of skin cancers. 12 months of unlimited free spot checks.
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full body molemap service

Skin Cancer Treatment

At MoleMap, a skin cancer doctor can provide minimally invasive and more advanced cancer treatment. This includes surgical, topical and cryotherapy.
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Saving lives. One skin check at a time

Helena Alemao Testimonial
Brent Griffin Testimonial
Lewis Testimonial
Helena Alemao
Helena Alemao
45 years old
High Risk
“When dad was suddenly diagnosed with melanoma I had to be proactive about my own skin.  My Full Body MoleMap resulted in 39 moles being documented and sent for dermatologist review.”
Family history
Fair Skin
Many Moles
Brent Griffin
Brent Griffin
59 years old
High Risk
“A suspicious mole was picked up during my Full Body MoleMap. A few days later I had a phone call from my doctor…I was told it was Clark level 2 melanoma.”
Atypical moles
Lewis
Lewis
71 years old
High Risk
“At my annual full body skin exam, the melanographer found a small pin-sized spot on my ear and recommended I have it examined further. It turned out to be cancerous. If it wasn’t for MoleMap, it would have gone unnoticed.”
Changing mole

Helping you spot skin cancers early

  • Consultant dermatologists highly experienced in skin cancer diagnosis
  • World-class Melanographers that check skin all day, every day
  • Clinicians with extensive training in detecting and treating cancers
Leyla Nsar
Lead Melanographer
Registered Nurse

Leyla Nsar

Lead Melanographer
Registered Nurse
Dr. John Levy

A/Prof. Dr John Levy

Skin Cancer Doctor
MBBS, BSc, FRACGP, FARGP
Dr. Simon Tucker

Dr Simon Tucker

Dermatologist
MB ChB, FRCP(UK), FACD

What to expect from your skin check

Step 1: Comprehensive skin check

A melanographer (specially trained in skin cancer detection) will perform a thorough head-to-toe skin check.

Step 2: Dermatologist review

Suspicious moles are dermoscopically (under the skin) imaged and sent for dermatologist review. Because two sets of expert eyes mean total peace of mind.

Step 3: Trusted report

Get your full report within a few days. If action is needed, it will include the dermatologist’s advice on the next steps.
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Your questions, answered

How much does a skin cancer check cost in Geelong?

At Geelong skin cancer clinic, the cost of our skin check services depends on whether you opt for a SkinCheck or Full Body MoleMap. The Full Body MoleMap is a thorough skin assessment with full body imaging, proactive monitoring of 'potentially at risk' moles, and free spot checks for 12 months. SkinCheck is intended for people at low risk or who have spotted a new or changing mole. There's the option to have it with or without full body imaging. For an overview of our services including prices and what exactly is included, see our full table of services.

Who will I see at my Geelong skin check?

When you visit MoleMap Geelong, you’ll be seen by one of our expert melanog­ra­phers. All of our melanog­ra­phers are registered nurses (RNs) who are spe­cial­ly trained to detect and image any spots show­ing signs of skin can­cer. All melanog­ra­phers have com­plet­ed spe­cialised train­ing accred­it­ed by the Aus­tralasian Col­lege of Der­ma­tol­o­gists. Our melanographers check­ for signs of skin cancer daily. They are experts at it.

Do you have skin cancer clinics outside of Geelong?

Yes, we do. For a full list of MoleMap skin cancer clinics click here. Our Geelong skin check clinic services the following areas: North Gee­long, North Shore, Nor­lane, Corio, Love­ly Banks, Lara, Anakie, Aval­on, Suther­lands Creek, Rus­sels Bridge, Ban­nock­burn, Gher­ing­hap, Bates­ford, Ham­lyn Heights, Fyans­ford, Stone­haven, Murghe­boluc, Barra­bool, Gnar­warre, Mount Mori­ac, Wan­dana Heights, High­ton, South Gee­long, New­comb, Moolap, Waterloo, Leopold, Curlewis, Drys­dale, Man­ner­im, Clifton Springs, Bel­lar­ine, Por­tar­ling­ton, Swan Bay, Queen­scliff, Point Lons­dale, Mar­cus Hill, Ocean Grove, Walling­ton, Warnambool, Bar­won Heads, Con­newarre, Arm­strong Creek, Charlemont, Grovedale, Mount Duneed, Bream­lea, Bell­brae, and Torquay.

How do I know my skin cancer risk?

Skin cancer risk varies from one person to another. Key factors that can increase your risk include:

  • A family/personal history of skin cancer
  • Previous skin damage
  • Fair skin (skin that burns easily)
  • A high number of moles
  • Spending large amounts of time outdoors

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