Benjamin Carew, BPhty, MBBS, GradCertClinEd, FRACGP, FACD

  • Dr-Ben-Carew

Listing Category: Cosmetic Practitioners & Clinics and Cosmetic Practitioners & Clinics QLD

  • Dr Benjamin Carew is based at South East Dermatology in Stafford, Brisbane. A general dermatologist, Dr Carew has a special interest in the treatment of acne, eczema, psoriasis, and cutaneous malignancies as well as medical education and Tele-dermatology. He also provides a range of Laser and cosmetic treatments.

    Dr Carew initially trained and worked as a General practitioner in Central Qld before completing his training as a Dermatologist. He is a visiting Dermatologist at the Mater Hospital where he supervisors training Dermatologists and junior doctors.

    Dr Carew has worked as a Medical Educator at the University of Qld (Rural Clinical school of Medicine) as well as with Qld Rural Medical Education and more recently with the Australian Skin Cancer Academy (ASCA). In his role with ASCA he has been involved in the development of the Practical Dermoscopy course for the Australasian College of Dermatology.

    In 2018 Dr Carew was appointed to the position of Co- Program Director of the University of Queensland’s Master of medcine (Skin Cancer) Program.


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