Opening Hours:

Please note clinic is closed between 12pm - 2pm during lunch hours Monday - Friday.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

9:00am – 5:00pm

9:00am – 5:00pm

9:00am– 5:00pm

9:00am– 5:00pm

9:00am– 4:00pm

CLOSED

CLOSED

Dr. Chris Clifopoulos
MBBS (Melb), GDEB (Melb), Pt1 FACD, MMed (Skin Cancer, UQ)

Its principal doctor is Dr Chris Clifopoulos who established this practice shortly after completing his training as a resident doctor in St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. He then obtained his equivalent qualification in Athens Greece. Dr Chris Clifopoulos obtained his First Part qualification training for the Royal Australasian College of Dermatology in 1995. He has also completed a postgraduate diploma of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in 1997 at the University of Melbourne. He has completed his Master of Skin Cancer Medicine through the University of Queensland in 2011.

 

      

As of July 2005 the practice has specialised in the area of skin cancer diagnosis and melanoma recognition in particular. It has full skin imaging capabilities and has fully integrated this with general patient care. The latest skin imaging computers are utilised and Dr Chris Clifopoulos currently educates other doctors on these techniques. Dr Chris Clifopoulos is a member of the Skin Cancer Society of Australia. Since 2013 Dr Clifopoulos is a post graduate lecturer in the Master of Medicine Skin cancer course at the University of Queensland.

Minor skin cancer procedures are performed at the practice including cryotherapy, excision of skin cancers, and diagnostic biopsy of suspicious lesions.

Our Practice

 

The Croxton Medical Centre was established in 1985 and its location has remained unchanged in Robbs Parade Northcote.  Apart from a small period in early 2001 when the practice relocated during refurbishments to the Darebin Community Health Centre, it has returned to its present site in July 2001.

This was an ideal time for restructuring of the practice in accordance to current accreditation standards set down by AGPAL.  It was also an ideal opportunity for our staff and doctor to work in close liaison within a community health centre and thus co-operate with many facets of community health care and allied health personnel.  Close support and co-operation was forthcoming from the local divisions of general practice.  Their tireless help and advice was much appreciated during this transition period.

From July 2001 the Croxton Medical centre will continue to operate from its original premises at 4 Robbs Parade, Northcote and will cater for the needs of the local community.   His main interest areas remain skin disease, migrant health issues and community health.

As of July 2005 the practice has specialised in the area of skin cancer diagnosis and melanoma recognition in particular.  It has full skin imaging capabilities and has fully integrated this with general patient care.  The latest skin imaging computers are utilised and Dr Chris Clifopoulos currently educates other doctors on these techniques.  Dr Chris Clifopoulos is a member of the Skin Cancer Society of Australia and a post graduate lecturer in the school of Medicine UQ.

The Croxton Molemax Centre is committed to the Australian Medical Association Code of Ethics.

Please click HERE to view the Code of Ethics.

THE PRACTICE

Croxton Medical Centre

4 Robbs Parade,

Northcote VIC 3070

Ph: (03)9489-3900

Fax: (03)9489-0043

For Life-Threatening Emergencies Call 000

Skin Cancer College Accredited Doctor service

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