Services and pricing

Full body skin cancer check

A qualified doctor performs dermoscopic examination of the entire body to identify skin cancers. Any suspicious lesions are photographed for analysis.

Head to toe examination by an accredited skin cancer doctor with dermoscopic photography and digital analysis of any spots of concern, with limited body mapping photography (1 or 2 regions). You will have ongoing access to all photos, pathology results and information about your conditions and treatments via a shared medical record.

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Standard fee

$185 ($210)

Discount fee

$145 ($165)

The discount fee is offered to:

  • children under 18
  • pensioners
  • Health Care card holders

Note: You must present a current and valid Pensioner Concession Card or Health Care Card when you attend for your appointment. Discounts are offered at our discretion and may be withheld for patients who have previously missed appointments or cancelled at late notice.

Medicare rebate


Higher rebates are available if your skin check is complicated and you spend more than 45 minutes with the doctor.

The Medicare schedule fees for these items (53, 54, 57) have not increased since 1990.

Private health insurance

Skin cancer screening examination is covered by some private health insurers and clinical photography or "mole mapping" may also be covered. Insurers may require that the service is not covered by Medicare. Because there are so many variations in insurance policies, we cannot guarantee to have knowledge of the level of cover provided by your insurer. We recommend that you ask your insurer about their conditions before you attend for your appointment.