Summerland Skin Cancer Clinic is open and taking bookings for skin checks and procedures. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented enhanced safety measures to protect our patients, staff and the doctors from this and other illnesses. This includes social distancing measures, additional routine cleaning of commonly touched surfaces and the use of telephone consultations where clinically appropriate. Hand sanitiser is readily available for those attending the clinic and we encourage everyone to use it on both entry and exit from the premises. Masks are optional.

As part of these efforts, if you are currently or have recently been unwell with any cold or flu-like symptoms at the time of your appointment, we ask that you contact reception on (02) 6622 8155 to reschedule your visit for another time. If you do attend whilst unwell you will be politely asked to leave the clinic and to rebook in order to help prevent the spread of the disease at this time.

Summerland Skin Cancer Clinic has a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for its staff and doctors as well as to all people attending the practice. Whilst this includes infection control measures, it also applies to behaviour. The clinic has a zero tolerance approach to abusive, aggressive or inappropriate conduct towards the doctors, our staff and patients. Should behaviour be deemed unacceptable, individuals will be asked to the leave the practice and will be unable to make any further appointments.

Summerland Skin Cancer Clinic would like to sincerely thank everyone for their understanding and assistance with these measures. 


If you would like further information about COVID-19 then please click on the following links:

NSW Health:

Australian Department of Health: About coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) | Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care