COVID-19 update

Open for essential services, including skin checks and mole mapping. Consultation hours are limited.

Cosmetic services such as mole removal, BBL/IPL and microneedling are not currently available.

Please don't attend if you have respiratory symptoms or if you've had contact with someone with COVID.

Precautions we take to minimise COVID-19 transmission

All Spot Check Clinic medical, nursing and administrative staff are vaccinated against COVID-19.

When COVID-19 restrictions are in effect, we use a combination of some or all of the following precautions.


You must wear a mask at all times when you are in Spot Check Clinic.

If you have a medical exemption and don't wear a mask, you are still at risk of acquiring or transmitting COVID, een if you are vaccinated. Please defer your skin check until after COVID-19 restrictions have lifted.

Waiting room

Patients only: no non-essential family/friends or others.

If your appointment is more than 10 minutes away, we ask that you wait outside.

Please sanitise your hands on entry.

All waiting room seating is separated by at least 1.5m

Restricted services

During COVID-19 restrictions, we may not offer elective services, procedures that generate aerosols or consultations that prolong the amount of time you spend in the clinic. These services may include:

  • Molemapping/total body photography
  • Cosmetic mole removal
  • Cosmetic and skin repair consultations
  • IPL treatments
  • Microneedling treatments

During your consultation

Your doctor and nurse will wear a mask at all times during your consultation.

All equipment used during your examination and procedures is either disposable or sanitised before use, including patient gowns and bed sheets.

During your examination, your doctor may wear protective goggles, a gown and disposable gloves.

Accompanying persons

If you do not require a support person/carer, you must enter the clinic and attend your consultation alone.

Support persons/carers may attend consultations with:

  • children under 16
  • people who are unable to dress/undress without assistance
  • people who are unable to understand instructions and advice during a medical consultation

There may be exceptions to these conditions in certain circumstances at our discretion.