In early 2011, we made a decision to establish a dedicated skin clinic at Mead Medical. It has been known for a while that skin cancer can be detected by practitioners, trained in the management of skin cancer, conducting a thorough skin check.

Dr Carragher, Dr Do, Dr Yeung, Dr Uppal and Dr du Preez have all undertaken significant training and are very capable of detecting and managing skin cancer. 

We have recently opened up more appointments at our clinic and these are filling fast. So make sure you book in quickly - we look forward to seeing you soon! 

Dr Denis Carragher

Denis has been working in the Hills Region for over 15 years and has extensive experience in diagnosis and management of skin cancer. Denis has access to an operating list at Swan Districts Hospital and is able to do both skin grafts and flaps for larger skin cancers. He has completed several courses in skin cancer diagnosis and management, including the certificate in Skin Cancer through the University of Queensland.

Dr Lee Lee Do

Lee Lee thrives in all aspects of medicine, however finds great pleasure in bringing patient's skin to life. In constant pursuit of clinical excellence, learning never stops for Lee Lee. She has recently come back from the Non-Surgical Australasian Society Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Conference in Melbourne , and also attended the Perth 2016 Australasian Cosmetic Dermatology Conference. She is currently involved with broadening the research and knowledge of Near Infrared Radiation, and its effects on skin and cancer.

Dr Yinyee Yeung

Yinyee grew up in the UK and graduated in 2006 from Warwick Medical School in England. She has called the beautiful city of Perth home since 2011 and has a special interest in skin cancer and cosmetic medicine. In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors and exploring the rest of WA.

Dr Leena Uppal

Dr Uppal began practicing medicine in 2002 in England, specialising in General Practice in 2006 and becoming a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (England) in 2008 and training in Facial Aesthetic Procedures. In 2010, Dr Uppal and her husband took their two young daughters on an adventure to Cyprus, where she worked as a civilian GP serving the families and enlisted men and women of the UK Army and Air Force. In 2011, they finally decided upon beautiful Perth as the perfect place to raise a family and launch a medical practice. Dr Uppal became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and a member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia, packed up their young family and have never looked back! Dr Uppal and her family live in the Perth hills with two chihuahuas, chooks and horses. She and her husband love the arts and food scene in Perth and the whole family loves exploring beautiful WA in their caravan.

Dr Johannes du Preez

Dr du Preez studied in South Africa and worked there for two years in a GP practice before leaving for Canada in 1997. While in Canada he obtained his LMCC in 1999, a further certificate of competency in family/general practice in 2003 and in 2005 a certificate of competency in emergency medicine, Dr DuPreez has a special interest in skin cancer early diagnosis and management. Over 19 years he worked in a number of locations in northern Alberta and Vancouver Island as a primary partner in a GP practice as well as an emergency physician in tertiary referral hospitals. Johan has a Fellowship with the RACGP and has been practicing in an urban GP practice for the past four years, he has obtained his Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine.


Itís winter time..but donít let less skin fool you-it is still our largest human organ. The average adult carries 3.5kg and 2sq meters of it!


Did you know that Australia has one of the highest rates of Melanoma in the world? 

This year it is expected there will be close to 1 diagnosis of Melanoma every 30 minutes. 

Melanoma is the 3rd most common cancer in both Australian men and women and THE most common cancer in Australians aged 15-39 years. 

SCAN your skin
Is it Sore?
Is it Changing?
Is it Abnormal compared to the rest of your spots?
Is it New - especially over the age of 40?

If you havenít had a skin check in the last year, it is an easy and painless procedure, book yours in today.