• 15-29 Year Olds

    Melanoma is the most common form of cancer
  • By 70

    Two in three Australians are diagnosed with skin cancer
  • For All Ages

    Book a skin check today for peace of mind

Did you know that two out of three people in Australia will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime?

It's a scary statistic.

At Mole Patrol, we've set out to do something about it.

It's our mission to save lives by making skin cancer-related health care affordable and accessible to everyone.
Mole Patrol (part of RediMED) is a passionate supporter of ADF Veterans and their Families. As a part of our continued support, we will bulk bill all skin checks for ADF Veterans and their Families.

Why Choose
Mole Patrol?


Fees and charges may apply for skin checks and excisions.

Qualified & Experienced

Experienced and respected plastic surgeons, doctors and medical practitioners with significant experience in the skin cancer field.

More Appointments

As a clinic dedicated only to skin cancer, we have a large team which means more appointments, significantly reducing waiting time.


Images of moles are captured and securely saved for future comparison so we can monitor any changes over time.

Skin Cancer Clinic

We can provide all the skin cancer and skin check services you need under one roof without you joining a waiting list.

Convenient Parking

Park right at the door. Accessible, convenient and affordable skin cancer treatment and checks for your whole family.

Put Your
Health First

Book regular skin checks and put your health first.

95% of skin cancers can be successfully treated if found early. Early treatment and detections are essential.

If you have any areas of concern, don't wait, book a skin check today.

Three Easy Ways
To Make An Appointment

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Skin Cancer

Who is at risk of Skin Cancer?

Did you know Australia has the highest skin rate of skin cancer in the world?

Anyone at any age can develop skin cancer, but given the genetic and geographic factors in skin cancer prevalence, you are more likely to develop skin cancer if you have:

The Three Main Types of Skin Cancer

There are three main types of skin cancer we often diagnose, of which, melanoma is one of the most serious and potentially life-threatening.

Two other common types of skin cancer are Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) and Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC).

Five Ways to Protect from Skin Cancer

We've all heard of Slip, Slop, Slap - but do you know also aboutthe forth and fifth steps of Seek & Slide?

Watch our brief videos that show you how to follow the five steps properly to reduce your UV exposure and minimise the risk of developing skin cancer.

Skin Cancer Self-Examination

Self-examination plays a critical role in skin cancer prevention. Knowing what your skin looks like including any freckles, spots, lumps and bumps will help you notice any changes.

Follow our guide to know when you should immediately book a Skin Check with us.

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