Doctors Profile Page

 

 

Dr.Fred Pretorius has been residing in Bunbury for 32 years. For the last four years he has worked exclusively in Skin Cancer Medicine.     Dr. Pretorius holds a diploma from the Australasian Skin Cancer College and has done several courses related to skin cancer of the head and neck. Fred also holds a certificate of Dermoscopy from the Skin Cancer College of Australia. He enjoys his work and has no plans for retiring in the foreseeable future.

 

 

 

Together with Dr.Fred Pretorius, Dr.Gavin Matten started the Bunbury Skin Cancer Clinic in January 2009. Gavin Matten holds postgraduate qualifications in Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine and Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery.

Dr.Matten has held a long term interest in dermatology and surgery and is a diplomat of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia and Australasian College of Cutaneous Oncology and Dermoscope.

Clyde Jumeaux graduated from UWA in 1982 and worked in a variety of city hospitals before moving to the Pilbara where he spent eleven years as a GP in Dampier.  In 1997 Clyde and his family, moved to Australind and he worked as a GP in Bunbury and Australind.  Clyde became interested in skin cancer surgery due to a strong family history of melanoma and having numerous skin cancers himself.  He regularly attends workshops and seminars to improve his knowledge and technical skills in this field.  Clyde works three days a week at BSCC, and one day of teaching medical students

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Dr. Pamela Burgar graduated from UWA in 1982 and moved to Bunbury in 2000 where she worked in General Practice. She joined the Bunbury Skin Cancer Clinic in 2012 and has undertaken a number of post graduate courses in skin cancer medicine.  Pamela has a Diploma in Dermoscopy and a Diploma of skin cancer medicine – both obtained from the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. She has since moved to Dunsborough where she works in General Practice and Skin Cancer Medicine and works at the Bunbury Skin Cancer Clinic 2 days per week.

 

 

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Doctor Alison Timms graduated from UWA in 1997 and holds numerous post graduate qualifications including rural GP, Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. After managing several clients with melanoma and other skin conditions, Alison developed a passion for Dermatology and skin cancer medicine. Alison has been working in these areas for the past 10 years and holds numerous qualifications in skin cancer medicine and surgery, dermoscopy, cosmetic skin care and general dermatology. Alison has always studied extensively in environmental and nutritional medicine, the emerging field of epigenetics and the gut micro biome. Alison offers an integrated and lifestyle approach to compliment all aspects of skin health care.