Medical Services

Minor Surgery

Minor Surgery

Mole Removal

Moles are small coloured spots on the skin made up of cells called melanocytes, which produce the colour (pigment) in your skin. While most moles are benign (non-cancerous), in rare cases they can develop into melanoma. Melanoma is a serious and aggressive form of skin cancer. There is now funding available to remove suspected skin cancers. Do not hesitate to contact your doctor if you have a spot that concerns you. See more information.

Cyst Removal

Cysts are non-cancerous lumps that can appear in many different parts of the body, both internally and externally. They are usually caused by the blockage of an oil gland

Skin Lesions

Skin lesions are lumps or bumps on your skin, such as moles, cysts, warts or skin tags. They can be removed from your skin using chemical and surgical procedures. Most skin lesions don't cause serious problems, but you may want to have them removed for practical or cosmetic reasons. There are different methods to remove skin lesions. The lesion that is removed will be sent to a laboratory for testing to determine the type of cells and if these are benign or cancerous.

Wart Treatment

Warts usually clear up without treatment. However, it can take up to two years for the virus to leave your system and the warts to disappear. There are a number of treatments available for warts. However, no single treatment is 100% effective, and the wart may return. Treatments include salicylic acid paint or cryotherapy (Liquid Nitrogen).