Specialist for Skin Cancer Treatment in Bowral, NSW
Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor, skin cancer diagnosis & treatment, surgery, non-surgical treatments, sun damage treatment
Dr Nada Rohde
MBBS (UNSW), FRACGP
Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor Diploma Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery Dermoscopy Diploma Course (SCCA) Advanced Cosmetic Medicine
Skin Cancer Early Diagnosis & Treatment
Dr Nada Rohde graduated from The University of New South Wales in 1988, and has over 25 years of post graduate experience in General Practice. Dr Rohde has post graduate diploma in skin cancer medicine, with over 15 years of experience in skin cancer medicine and surgery. Accredited Skin Doctor by Skin Cancer College Australasia (SCCA)
Call 4861 6611 to book your appointment today!
Specialising in Skin Cancer Treatment, Dermoscopy & Imaging
Skin cancer is a significant problem in Australia with 2 in 3 Australians being diagnosed with skin cancer by age 70, making us the country with the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in Australia, with more than 12,000 people being diagnosed with melanoma in Australia each year. Checking your skin for early signs of skin cancer is vital. The earlier skin cancers are treated, the greater the chance for a successful outcome.
“My special interest and training is Dermoscopy. This means that I have completed high level training with the Skin Cancer College Australasia and have proven skills and knowledge in the diagnosis and management of skin cancer”
Australians should protect their skin every day from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays and importantly, they should also check their skin for early signs of skin cancer. This is why Dr Nada Rohde from Highlands Skin Cancer Clinic is proud to have become a Skin Cancer College Accredited Doctor – a new credentialing system offered by the Skin Cancer College Australasia. Patients can now simply look for the bold purple and orange tick symbol and know that their Doctor has proven skills and knowledge in the diagnosis and management of skin cancer. Dr Nada Rohde stresses the importance of people getting to know their skin and looking for spots which were sore, changing, abnormal or new and having them checked straight away.