This practice will close on Thursday 20th December 2018 and reopen on Thursday 3rd January 2019. Please note that there will be no doctors in attendance on 3rd & 4th January 2019. Monday 7th January is the first day we will have a Dermatologist in attendance.
Thank you to all our patients and referring doctors and your loyalty over the past year. We would like to take this opportunity to give everyone an update on what is happening in the practice.
We welcomed Dr Sue Ng back from maternity leave in mid March. Sue, her husband and daughter have welcomed two beautiful boys to their family. Dr Erin Mullan has increased her hours at the practice and will now be here most Thursdays as well as Tuesdays.
Dr Jo-Ann See works Mondays and Wednesdays, mornings and afternoons.
Dr Sue Ng is here Mondays, morning and afternoon.
A/Prof Stephen Shumack works Tuesdays morning and afternoon, Thursday’s afternoon only.
Dr Erin Mullan works Tuesday, morning and afternoon and three out of four Thursdays morning and afternoon.
Dr Penny Lee is here every fourth Thursday, morning and afternoon (when Dr Mullan is not here)
Dr Terence Poon works every Friday, mainly morning session, finishing at 2pm. He also works some Wednesdays.
We have five experienced Dermatology Registered Nurses who are here between 8am and 3:30pm are able to assist with most enquiries regarding your treatment when your treating Dermatologist is not in attendance.
The Practice will be closed from the Thursday 21st December until Wednesday 3rd January, however there will be no Dermatologist in attendance until Monday 8th January 2018.
Please try to stay out of the sun especially during the hottest part of the day, between 10am and 3pm. Remember always use 50+SPF if you need to go out into the sun, and wear a hat and long sleeves where possible.
From all the Dermatologists, Nurses and Admin Staff at Central Sydney Dermatology have a Very Merry and Safe Christmas, A Happy New Year and we hope to see you again in 2018.
Melanoma is the fourth most common cancer in Australia. One person for every 120 will risk death from melanoma skin cancer by their 85th birthday, and 1 in every 18 being diagnosed with melanoma at some stage before the age of 85.
The good news is that if melanoma is identified at an early stage, simple treatment can bring good results. Whilst there have been significant improvements in treatment options for advanced melanoma over the last few years, prevention measures and early detection of new melanomas remain our best chance to reduce mortality.
Central Sydney Dermatology will be closed from Thursday 22nd Dec 2016 until Monday 9th Jan 2017.
All the Dermatologists, Nurses and Administrative Staff would like to wish you a happy and safe Christmas and New Year.
Don’t forget your sun protection: Hat, sleeves, SPF 50+ and stay in the shade where possible.
Hope to see you again in 2017.