BULK BILLED No referral needed


With early detection being your best defence against skin cancer, get a skin cancer health check by one of our specialised physicians using state-of-the-art cancer detection and imaging technology.

Request an appointment today - no referral needed.

services we offer

our skin cancer EXPERT

Dr QI (Archie) Xu

FRACGP, MBBS, PhD, DCH,AdvC SKM, CAdv Dermoscopy.

Originally obtaining his Medical Degree in Beijing, China, Dr Xu had PhD training in Cardiovascular Disease before moving to Australia in 2004. Here, in his varied roles in Medical Research, hospital and general practice, he began to see the enormous need for preventative Skin Cancer management for our population, and so his special interest was keenly developed.

Having gained vital experience in Skin Cancer screening and surgical management in the past few years, Dr Xu saw the need for specialised care in Cardinia Shire, and was driven to open his own clinic in Pakenham. Priding himself on using state-of-the-art techniques and equipment for his patients, it is his friendly and caring manner that is the heart of OZ Skin Cancer Clinics.

With his passion for prevention and education, Dr Xu’s philosophy for OZ Skin Cancer Clinics is to spread awareness about the importance of early detection and making skin health a priority in each person’s life.

With his friendly and supportive team, Dr Xu welcomes you to OZ Skin Cancer Clinics, Pakenham. Book your appointment here.

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latest news

National Skin Cancer Action Week 2018
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Early detection is our goal! Bulk-billed skin check is available at OZ Skin Cancer Clinics Pakenham.

Dump your spray sunscreens this summer
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

To cover the arms and legs properly with spray sunscreen, you will need to use 1/4 can of the aerosol. A light spray will do nothing but open the skin to SUN-DAMAGE.

Why is skin cancer so common in Australia?
  • by Oz Skin Cancer Clinic

Australians have the highest chance of being diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer and one of the highest risk of melanoma. Every year, there are about 1 million skin cancer related medical services in Australia.