Essential specialist service continues

Central Sydney Dermatology continues to operate throughout the pandemic adjusting our appointment schedule and operations to meet current requirements.  This includes but is not limited to the following measures:

  • NSW COVID Safe check-in mandatory for all staff and patients.
  • Reduced number of appointments available to meet social distancing requirements.
  • Request that only the patient attend for appointments and only 1 carer to accompany where necessary.
  • Patients (and any accompanying persons) are requested to wear masks when in the practice.
  • Staff are required to wear masks at all times.  This includes administrative staff.
  • Consulting and treatment rooms, reception area including EFTPOS machines cleaned between patients.
  • Telehealth via phone or video is available, if necessary, for existing patients only.

We are unable to offer cosmetic appointments at present for the safety of staff and patients.

Any person who has an appointment and may have been in contact with positive COVID-19 persons are asked to call the practice and cancel their appointment.  We will rebook the appointment for a date when you are clear of any quarantine period.

 

Holiday hours 2020/2021

Central Sydney Dermatology will close for the Christmas/New Year break on Wednesday 23rd December 2020 and reopen on Monday 4th January 2021.

There will be limited appointments available with Dr Philip Tong on Thursday 7th January 2021.

Dr Jo-Ann See and Dr Sue Ng will return to work on Monday 11th January 2021.

A/Prof Stephen Shumack and Dr Erin Mullan will return to work on Tuesday 12th January 2021.

Limited online bookings are available with Dr Tong, Dr Ng and Dr Mullan via Appointuit link on our home page.

On behalf of the Dermatologists, Registered Nurses and Administrative staff at Central Sydney Dermatology we would like to convey our gratitude to our patients for their patronage thru this challenging year. We wish you a Merry Christmas and look forward to seeing you again in 2021.

World Skin Health Day 2020

Central Sydney Dermatology is proud to acknowledge World Skin Day 2020!

This has been a challenging year for everyone and we would like to thank our patients who have been extremely patient in this current crisis.

We have offered telehealth services over the last few months to the elderly, those in remote areas, those in isolation/quarantine and even those overseas.

Our doors are open and we look forward to welcoming our patients back in person in a COVID safe practice.

 

COVID -19 Practice Update

Due to the continuing cluster outbreaks within the Greater Sydney region, we are now asking patients attending appointments to please wear a mask.

Central Sydney Dermatology has continued to operate throughout the pandemic adjusting our appointment schedule and operations to meet current requirements.  This includes but is not limited to the following measures:

  • Reduced number of appointments available to meet social distancing requirements.
  • Request that only the patient attend for appointments and only 1 carer to accompany where necessary.
  • All staff and patients are temperature checked on arrival.
  • Patients (and any accompanying persons) are requested to wear masks when in the practice.
  • Staff are required to wear masks when working near (within 1.5m) patients. This includes administrative staff.
  • Consulting and treatment rooms, reception area including EFTPOS machines cleaned between patients.
  • Telehealth consults, mainly phone but video is available if necessary. Only for current patients.

Any person who has an appointment and may have been in contact with positive COVID-19 persons are asked to call the practice and cancel their appointment.  We will rebook the appointment for a date when you are clear of any quarantine period.

 

Cosmetic appointments

We are now able to book patients for anti-wrinkle injections, chemical peels and other cosmetic treatments.

Due to the continuing situation with COVID-19 and government requirements for social distancing, we are not able to book appointments as easily and frequently  as previous.

Our dermatologists will continue to prioritise appointments for those patients with melanoma, non-melanoma skin cancers, psoriasis, eczema and acne increasing in severity, adverse reactions to medications and other medical dermatology issues.

Our receptionists will endeavour to book you an appointment at a time convenient for you, however we ask for your patience and flexibility in doing so.