Our Cancellation Policy
No cancellations or changes allowed within 3 hours of the appointment. If you cannot make your appointment, kindly notify us 24 hours before your appointment, ideally to allow your slot to be utilised by another patient.
Cancellations within 24 hours will incur a 50% cancellation fee. Cancellations within 3 hours of your appointment, or non-attendance will incur a 100% cancellation fee ( the full cost of the appointment ).
New Zealand has one of the highest skin-cancer rates in the world. If you have a concern, get it checked!
We provide a range of skin health services, including:
If you have moles, warts or other lesions of concern, have them checked once a year at least, or immediately if there are new changes, particularly if a mole has become significantly darker or raised, developed different colors or an unusual irregular shape, starts to itchy, catch or bleed.
If you have fair skin, a previous history of multiple sunburn episodes or sunbed use, a personal or family history of skin cancers, do have your skin checked every 6 months, ideally by the same doctor each time.
The peace of mind alone is worth it.
We provide surgical and non surgical removal of moles, warts, and cysts at our clinic.
This includes full, punch or shave biopsies, and cryotherapy (liquid nitrogen).
Our highly skilled doctors will provide a full consultation prior to your surgery; discuss your options and each of their risks and benefits; and advice on post-surgery wound care.
All suspicious lesions are sent to the laboratory for analysis, and results conveyed to you during your follow up visit, or by email /phone if this has been requested. Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for results to be available.
You may require a subsequent procedure depending on the result of your biopsy. You may be referred to the public health system, or another specialist for this.
If you have private health insurance such as Southern Cross, the cost of these procedures are often fully covered.
Dr Rachel Lee is an Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor with the Skin Cancer College Australasia. This means that she has successfully completed a high level of training with the College and has proven skills in the diagnosis, treatment and management of skin cancer.