Patients are often confused about who to consult for skin cancer care. The College aims to change this.
Skin Cancer College Accredited Doctor status allows patients to easily identify doctors who have completed significant additional study, passed rigorous assessment and have proven skills in the diagnosis and management of skin cancer.
What is Skin Cancer College Accreditation?
Who is eligible to be accredited?
How can I become an accredited doctor?
How much does accredited status cost?
What about Practice accreditation?
- This Locate-a-Doctor database contains contact details of medical practitioners who are members of Skin Cancer College Australasia (SCCA, who meet educational criteria specified by SCCA, and have agreed to their details being made available.
- The entries in this Locate-a-Doctor database have been supplied to SCCA by the medical practitioner.
- SCCA has not made its own enquiries about, and does not take responsibility for, the accuracy of the information contained in these entries.
- SCCA does not take responsibility for any diagnosis or treatment a person may receive from a medical practitioner listed on the Locate-a-Doctor database. SCCA does not provide referrals to medical practitioners or provide medical advice to patients.