June 29, 2019  •  Appointment Required

8:00 am - 12:pm 

Community Cancer Center

Our area dermatologists (Dr. Gade, Dr. Richards, and Dr. Weese) together with CHI Mercy and the Community Cancer Center are hosting a one day FREE Skin Cancer Screening Clinic. The clinic is open to anyone wanting to get screened. Get more screening resources here:

What is available during the Skin Cancer Screening Clinic?
    • Free spot check by a Dermatology Professional 
    • Full body examination available
    • Takes less than 10 minutes
    • Learn how to protect your skin
    • Find out about the danger signs of skin cancer
    • Free sunscreen samples available
    • Screening appointments are first come, first served

This clinic is in cooperation with The SPOTme® Skin Cancer Screening Program and is the AAD's longest-standing public health program. Since its inception in 1985, dermatologists have conducted more than 2.7 million free skin cancer screenings with more than 271,000 suspicious lesions detected, and more than 30,000 suspected melanomas.

Join the millions of people who have been educated about the importance of sun protection and early cancer detection through the skin cancer screening program. As a result, countless lives have been saved by identifying melanomas in their earliest, most treatable stage. Early Detection Saves Lives!

For more information or to schedule your appointment contact:
the Community Cancer Center | Phone: 541-673-2267 ext 5104
Angelia Freeman •


  • Occurred Saturday, June 29th, 2019 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm


Community Cancer Center

2880 NW Stewart Pkwy Ste 100
ROSEBURG, OR 97471-1203


Angelia Freeman

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