Warner Lakes Medical Precinct, Unit 1/ 1185B

Old North Road, Warner, QLD 4500

07 3448 0163

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Skin Cancer Clinic Warner

Warner Skin Cancer Clinic

Trusted skin cancer clinic in Warner. At Warner Lakes Family Practice, we believe in providing comprehensive healthcare services, with a dedicated focus on skin cancer checks. When you are looking for a professional skin cancer clinic, we are here to help. Our skin cancer doctor – Dr. Farzin Zaer has a special interest in diagnosing and treating skin cancer and skin-related conditions, using non-surgical and advanced surgical methods. Schedule your skin cancer check today.

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Looking for Skin Cancer Clinic Near Me? Visit At Warner Lakes Medical Precinct, Unit 1/ 1185B Old North Road, Warner, QLD 4500

What is Skin Cancer?

Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the skin. The three main types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) and melanoma. BCC and SCC are also called non-melanoma skin cancer or keratinocyte cancer. They are far more common than melanoma. For more information on skin cancer, please visit our skin cancer clinic Warner and seek advice from our experienced skin cancer doctor.

What are the Types of Skin Cancer

If you possess risk factors for melanoma or skin cancer, or if you notice a concerning spot, it is advisable to consult with your general practitioner. They can either conduct an assessment or direct you to a specialized dermatologist for further evaluation.

What Are The Process For The Skin Cancer Check?

At Warner Skin Cancer Clinic, the skin cancer check process is thorough and patient-focused. Here’s what to expect:

At Warner Lakes Family Practice, we are committed to early detection and prevention of skin cancer. If you’re searching for a ‘skin cancer clinic near me’, we are your reliable and trusted choice. Schedule an appointment with us today for a comprehensive skin test.

Why Choose Our Skin Cancer Clinic for Skin Cancer Treatments?

Location Convenience

Searching for skin cancer check Near Me? We are located at Warner Lakes Medical Precinct, Unit 1/ 1185B, Old North Road, Warner, QLD.

Highly experienced in skin cancer treatment

We use advanced diagnostic tools for accurate and efficient skin cancer checks.

Expert Skin Cancer Doctor Warner

Our highly skilled general practitioners have extensive experience in the detection and management of skin cancer.

Personalised Patient Care

At Warner lakes family practice, we understand that every patient is unique. Therefore, we provide personalised care tailored to meet individual health needs.

Book an Appointment with Skin Cancer Clinic Warner

Visit our skin cancer clinic for a skin cancer treatment. Our skin cancer doctor are experts in the detection and removal of skin cancers. Visit at Warner Lakes Medical Precinct, Unit 1/ 1185B Old North Road, Warner, QLD 4500 for skin cancer check.

Skin Cancer Doctor Warner

Dr Farzin Zaer

General Practitioner, skin cancer doctor

Dr Farzin Zaer is the experienced general practitioner (GP) to join the team at Warner Lakes family practice.

He brings with him 25 years of rich and extensive Australian GP experience.

He has special interest in diagnosing and treating skin cancer and skin related conditions, using non-surgical and advanced surgical methods.

He is well-versed with the procedures like Flaps (used for large skin cancers), Grafts.

He is currently pursuing a fellowship in Skin cancer surgery. He keeps his knowledge updated with the latest advances in skin cancer and all aspects of medical practice.

His other areas of interest are:
Emergency Medicine
Chronic Illness
Mental health
Aged care

Dr Zaer is known for his amiable nature with a good sense of humour.

Frequently Asked Questions

Skin cancer occurs when there’s an uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells, typically resulting from damage caused by sun exposure. It has various forms, with basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas being the most prevalent. Melanoma, although less common, is more aggressive.
Regular skin examinations, ideally once a year, are vital for the early detection of skin cancer, especially for individuals at an increased risk due to factors like fair complexion or a family history of skin cancer. These examinations can help spot any abnormal spots or moles that could be indicative of skin cancer.
  • a spot that looks and feels different from other spots on your skin
  • a spot that has changed size, shape, colour or texture
  • a sore that doesn’t heal within a few weeks
  • a sore that is itchy or bleeds.

The main cause of skin cancer is extended exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, either from sunlight or tanning beds. Other risk factors include having a fair skin tone, a history of sunburns, an excessive number of moles, a family history of skin cancer, or a compromised immune system.

Once you’ve been diagnosed with skin cancer, your healthcare provider will discuss suitable treatment options based on the type and stage of your cancer. These may encompass surgical interventions, radiation therapy, immunotherapy, or targeted drug therapy. You’ll need to have regular follow-ups to keep track of your progress.
While the majority of skin cancers are triggered by environmental factors such as sun exposure, there’s also a genetic aspect involved. Individuals with a family history of skin cancer have an elevated risk, hinting at a possible genetic predisposition.
Our skin cancer clinic offers a variety of treatments customised according to the type and stage of your skin cancer. These may include surgical excision of cancerous lesions, Mohs surgery for certain types of skin cancer, radiation therapy, or medical therapies like immunotherapy or targeted therapy. We strive to provide comprehensive care, from diagnosis through to post-treatment follow-up.

Book appointment online

Please select one of the following online booking providers.

If you have been overseas in the past 14 days
Have been in close contact with a person suspected or confirmed to have Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19),
Think you may have or be at risk of having Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19):


Instead please return home and call the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.

Alternatively, you can visit the Community Assessment Clinic located at the Pine Rivers Community Health Centre – 568 Gympie Rd Strathpine 4500 and will operate from 8.00 am to 4.00pm Monday to Friday.

For weekends, please visit the Brighton Community Assessment Clinic (449 Hornibrook Hwy, Brighton 4017) 8.00am to 8.00pm daily, the Fever Clinics at Redcliffe Hospital, The Prince Charles Hospital, Caboolture Hospital and The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

If you still require an appointment, please call reception to make a booking. They will direct you to contact reception on arrival and to remain in your vehicle until the doctor is ready to see you.

(In the event of an emergency please call 000)

If you believe none of the above is applicable in your situation then you may book an appointment.


Starting from 1st January 2022, we will be introducing more Mixed-Billing for your consultations. As such, a small gap fee will likely be payable, but we are aiming to keep your overall ‘out of pocked’ expense to a minimum.  Weekend fees will remain the same as our 2021 pricing.

Our Practices have been primarily Bulk-Billing since their inception.  However due to increased costs associated with delivering services, this transition is necessary to continue providing you and your family quality healthcare.

Bridgeman Family Practice and Warner Lakes Family Practice have chosen to continue to subsidise your healthcare by setting our fees lower than the current recommended fee schedule set by the Medical Association of Australia (AMA).

We accept EFTPOS, credit cards and cash for your convenience. Please make sure you link your bank details with your Medicare card in order for the rebate to be deposited into your account within 48 hours. We will lodge the claims online after your consult for your convenience.

To help us reduce your waiting time for appointments, we kindly ask that you discuss only one item with your GP during a standard 15 minute appointment.  If you need to address more than one issue, please book a longer appointment with your GP.

Please note: Bulk-billing services will continue for patients aged 16 years and under; and all valid Concession Card holders*.  Please show your current concession card at each appointment.

Click here to view new fees structure.

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