Skin cancer screening clinics open from 1st March 2021 throughout the UK

If you have concerns about a specific mole or skin lesion, Check4Cancer‘s specialist skin cancer screening clinics are open throughout the UK for quick-access appointments.  We understand that during this period NHS access is limited and we are offering this service to self-pay customers for £175.

What can I expect at my skin cancer screening appointment?

  • An experienced skin cancer nurse will conduct an assessment of moles/lesions of concern using Dermoscopy.*
  • High-quality digital and dermoscopic images will be taken of any suspicious moles/ lesions.
  • Following your appointment, you will receive a mole/lesion results letter within five working days. The results letter will contain any images that were taken on the day for your records.
  • If any abnormality is discovered, Check4Cancer can assist you with a referral to your GP or a private consultant for further investigation.

* Dermoscopy is a non-invasive method to examine your skin. A dermatoscope is a hand-held instrument, a bit like a magnifying glass, which can magnify an area by up to 10 times. The nurse will normally put some lubricant on your skin and then will place the dermatoscope on your skin so they can examine the area very closely. This process does not hurt or affect your skin.

Who is this service for?

  • If you are concerned about a specific mole or any new skin lesions or are interested in accessing skin cancer screening, this service is for you.

How do I book my appointment?

If you would like to book a skin cancer screening appointment, then please click here to book your appointment.