Dr Bejoy Macumpurath
MBBS, B. MED. SCI, FRACGP, DCH, ACC-SCMS
Dr Bejoy Machumpurath graduated Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Melbourne in 2011.
Bejoy is a Skin Cancer Doctor and has completed the Advanced Clinical Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery. He is currently completing further qualifications in Dermoscopy.
BSc, MBBS, FRACGP
After completing her Bachelor of science from University of British Columbia (B.C., Canada), Dr. Melissa Kwee relocated to Melbourne where she completed her Bachelor of medicine, Bachelor of surgery (MBBS) at Monash University in 2011. After internship year and HMO years at Frankston Hospital she then obtained her fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practice (FRACGP) in 2019. She is currently completing her Advanced Clinical Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery and Advanced Clinical Certificate of Dermoscopy from the Skin Cancer College of Australasia
Dr Rasool moved to Australia in 2007 and has work in General Practice and General Surgery.
She has developed a keen interest in the early detection and management of both melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. She has successfully undertaken a large number of procedures to the nose, cheek, eyelids, ears, lips, digits and legs, and is an expert in both surgical and non-surgical treatments of skin cancers.
Novreen has completed further training in Skin Cancer, gaining status as an Associate Fellow in Skin Cancer Medicine, holding an Advanced Diploma in Dermoscopy, and is a Fellow of Royal Australasian College Of General Practice.
Dr Dan Svagers graduated in England from the University of Southampton in 2004 and worked as a GP in Dorset before moving to Australia in 2014.
Since then, he has worked in both GP clinics and at dedicated skin cancer clinics in Melbourne and Sydney.
He enjoys all areas of general practice but has particular interest in skin cancer medicine and surgery, and general dermatology.
Dan has undertaken significant further training in the field of skin cancer medicine and is accredited by the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. He has developed skills in skin cancer surgery including facial surgery, skin flaps (including nose, ears and lower leg repairs) and skin grafting. He is also passionate about promoting sun awareness and skin cancer prevention with his patients.
Shamini obtained her MBBS and trained in General surgery and cardiology in tertiary hospitals in Sri Lanka. She completed General Practice training in Victoria and is a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). During the first 6 years in Australia she has worked in several leading hospitals and rural Victoria. She has successfully completed the certificate of Dermoscopy, Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery and Advanced Clinical Certificate of in Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery.
Shamini has recently achieved Fellowship with the Skin Cancer College of Australasia.