Dr Kal Abraham
I have been working in skin cancer medicine and surgery for about 20 years, with a background of general surgery experience.
Dr Marios Nicolaou
Dr Nicolaou has been working in general practice for 15 years. His special interest has been in skin cancer management and surgery, he has expanded his training in this field over the last several years. Dr Nicolaou has been training with specialist surgeon (in the field of plastic surgery) on a regualr basis since November 2012 to extend and refine his surgical techniques . The surgical trainging has been primarily focused on skin cancer procedure including full thickness and split thickness skin grafting as well as a wide variety of both single stage and complex skin flaps. In addition to skin cancer surveillance and management, he has also surgically managed troublesome benign skin lesions such as cysts, skin tags, moles and lipomas, as well as ingrown toenail removals. Dr nicolaou has a wide network of excellent doctors he refers his patients to for specialised advice and management when required. These doctors include plastic surgeons, surgical and radiation oncologists as well as cosmetic physicians and surgeons.
MBBS - The University of Sydney 1998 FRACGP - RACGP 2001 Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine - University of QLD 2010 Certificate in Skin Cancer Surgery - University of QLD 2011 Certificate in Advanced Skin Cancer Surgery - University of QLD 2011 Certificate in Advanced Dermatoscopy and Histopathology - University of QLD 2015
Dr Kate Jin
Dr Mark Allan
Dr Mark Allan has been practising medicine for over 20 years, initially focussing on General Surgery and Emergency Medicine before pursuing an interest in Skin Cancer Medicine.
He obtained his Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine (2009) and Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Surgery (2011) from the University of Queensland.
Dr Allan also conducts laser treatments for various skin conditions (please see our Services page).
Dr Mark Allan conducts ear suctioning, perfect for:
- Hearing aid wearers
- Weak or perforated ear drums
- Narrow ear canals
- Wax / debris / foreign bodies blocking the ear canal
- Cleaning ear canal infections
- When ear syringing is risky or difficult