MoleMan - The Skin Cancer Doctors is proud to be supporting Melanoma March with a dedicated day, on Saturday 22nd of March, where proceeds from all full body mole checks will go to the Melanoma Foundation of New Zealand, to help them help Kiwis with melanoma. Please see the poster below for more details and call 0800 DR MOLE (376653) if you would like to make an appointment.

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AuthorHaley McCrystal

North Shore Times, 10 Dec 2013

MoleMan – your skin cancer doctors for screening, diagnosis and treatment

Specialist doctors, latest screening technology and peace of mind at MoleMan in Northcote Point

Have you had a mole check lately? If a mole or skin lesion is worrying you, then a visit to MoleMan – a new full service mole screening, skin cancer and cosmetic treatment clinic in Northcote Point – is highly recommended.

MoleMan is a direct access clinic, which means there’s no need for a GP or specialist referral just easy, timely and affordable care.

‘‘With New Zealand leading the world in rates of melanoma and skin cancer, all Kiwis, particularly those of us with light skin, fair hair, sun-damaged skin or a family history of skin cancer, should be getting screened regularly,’’ the Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, says.

A skin cancer specialist with extensive experience in public and private hospitals in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, Dr Coe provides patients with full professional diagnosis, using digital dermoscopy, through to any necessary surgery or treatment and aftercare.

‘‘Melanoma can be cured, provided it is detected and treated early,’’ Dr Coe says. ‘‘The smaller and thinner the lesion is, the better the outcome for the patient. Early detection means less invasive surgery is required too.’’

Dr Coe has been treating patients for several years from Drury Surgery in South Auckland, and MoleMan Northcote Point now brings those services to the North Shore. Also, with their rates being more affordable, there’s no reason to put off that long-delayed check-up.

Kiwis need to get into the habit of making regular skin cancer screening something they do every year, like a warrant of fitness for the skin.

‘‘At least one in two Kiwis will get a skin cancer in their lifetime and, in particular, any new coloured spots observed over the age of 50 should be assessed by a doctor immediately,’’ Dr Coe says.

MoleMan also offers a mobile mole screening service Aucklandwide. MoleMan is located at 146 Queen St, Northcote Point.

For more information or to make a booking phone 480 6416 or visit

AuthorHaley McCrystal

Check out The Skin Cancer Channel Q&A with Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, from the Dec/Jan issue of Channel magazine. Each month in Channel Magazine Dr Coe will be answering questions about all things skin cancer-related. 

AuthorHaley McCrystal

Our Chief MoleMan recently appeared on TV3 news programme, Firstline, in a story about skin cancer in New Zealand and what all Kiwis need to be aware of. The news story follows the journey of Auckland woman Holly Devine, who was diagnosed with melanoma as a teenager, what she's doing to beat this terrible disease and her message to New Zealanders about being skin cancer aware. Chief MoleMan, Dr Grant Coe, is featured talking about skin cancer statistics in New Zealand, alongside CEO of the Melanoma Foundation, Linda Flay.

Click on the link below to view the story.


AuthorHaley McCrystal

Summer special extended! Get ready for summer and make a booking to have a full body mole check at MoleMan, before 31 January 2014, and receive 20% off the standard price of $150. Call 09 480 6416 or email

AuthorHaley McCrystal

From December 2013, the MoleMan Van will be available to visit your organisation or venue for mobile mole screening. The MoleMan Van is available for bookings for one day or multiple days, Auckland-wide. To make a booking or for further information about the MoleMan Van, call Haley on 09 480 6416 or email

AuthorHaley McCrystal


 "As a former professional sailor I've spent many years in the sun, so regular skin cancer checks are a must. The team at MoleMan are professional, warm and welcoming and they provide a fantastic service for their patients. I'd highly recommend them."

Glen Sowry, Former Whitbread and Olympic Sailor.



"My days are very busy, so it's great to have such a quick and easy service, close to the CBD, that I can rely on to take care of my regular skin checks. As a former professional athlete I'm aware of the importance of regular screening and I know the team at MoleMan are well-equipped to address any concerns that may arise. The warm, friendly and relaxed environment at MoleMan is a bonus too."

Hamish Carter, Olympic Gold Medalist.



 "I choose to have my skin regularly checked at MoleMan because of the warm and friendly environment they provide, as well as the knowledge that they're experts in services from screening through to diagnosis and treatment. They provide a great  professional service and it's quick and cost-effective too."

Sarah Keenan, Marketing & Communications Manager



"I've known the team behind MoleMan for a number of years and there's no one I'd trust more to look after my skin. As a pilot, mountaineer, adventurer, husband and father I'm in the sun a lot, particularly with my kids, so it's fantastic knowing that when I see Dr Coe for regular screening or any skin cancer concerns, I'm in very safe hands."

Capt. Mike Allsop, Pilot and Adventurer.






AuthorHaley McCrystal