Dr Osbourne Odeleye

MBBS, DCH(Sydney), Cert Skin cancer Med(UQ)
Cert Prac Dermoscopy(ACD), Cert DermSurg (RACGP), DipOccupHealth( Monash ),
FRACGP

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Special interest: Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery , Occupational Medicine, Chronic Disease Management.

Dr Osbourne Odeleye has extensive work experience and training in Acute and Primary Care Medicine, following his years of clinical practice in the Hospital and General Practice settings within and outside Australia.

He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, the professional body for Primary Care Physicians(or GPs) in Australia.

In the pursuance of further training and expertise in his area of interest, Skin Cancer Medicine, an area with high records of cancer health burden in Australia;

he has undergone further training in this field, and he currently holds a certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine from the University of Queensland.

He completed and holds a certificate in Practical Dermoscopy from the Australasian College of Dermatologists. He has also completed hands- on training and holds a certificate in Dermatological Surgery from the Royal Australian College of GPs in conjunction with the Australasian College of Dermatologists.

He is passionate about ongoing training and continuous professional development in Skin Cancer Medicine and he is a member of both the Australasian College of Cutaneous Oncology and the International Dermoscopy Society.

He is highly committed to professional advancement and has had further training and holds a Diploma in Occupational and Environmental health from the Monash University.

He has completed training and obtained a Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney in conjunction with the Sydney Children Hospital network.

He has also acquired a Certificate in Obstetric Emergencies from the University of Tasmania after his further training in Obstetrics.

Dr Osbourne Odeleye is experienced in the diagnosis and provision of surgical and non-surgical treatments of Melanoma and Non-melanoma skin cancers; in Occupational Health Screening and Workplace Injury Management; and in Chronic Disease Management.