Dr Nilmini Thilakarathne

Dr Nilmini Thilakarathne

Consultant

MBBS, FRACGP, ACCD (SCCA)

Dr Nilmini works Wednesday at Carindale.

Dr Nilmini has over 18 years of experience working in both hospital and community settings and has obtained her Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Nilmini has a special interest in skin cancer medicine.

She has completed Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine & Certificate of Dermoscopy through Skin Cancer College Australasia (SCCA). She is also a member of the Skin Cancer College Australasia and is happy to see patients for skin checks as well as surgical and non-surgical management of skin cancers.

You may book a comprehensive skin check or a consultation with Dr Nilmini at our Carindale clinic.

* Please be aware that our Practice is a private billing practice,  for fees please call clinic.  Consultation Fees vary according to treatments, please call our reception in case of any queries. Cancellation fees apply: A cancellation fee applies if you fail to attend or cancel on the day of your appointment. 48 hours’ notice is required.

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