Riverina Skin Specialists & Laser Clinic is a dynamic and contemporary practice providing a comprehensive service that encompasses all aspects of skin care. Our medical staff are highly qualified dermatologists, who have all completed extensive post-graduate training. This allows us to provide you with the best advice regarding all facets of medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology.
Our practice consists of modern consulting and laser treatment rooms, fully equipped surgical theatres, and a dedicated central sterilizing area which meets the highest Australian Health standards.
Situated in the heart of Albury city, Riverina Skin Specialists is easily accessible with private parking at the rear of the practice.
Our private agreement ensures that all your visits are extremely confidential.
Dr Irene Grigoris – Dermatologist + MOHS Surgeon
A/ Professor Irene Grigoris – Dermatologist, Dermatological surgeon and laser specialist.
Dr Irene Grigoris is a dermatologist with extensive experience in managing a broad range of problems relating to the skin and its associated structures. She has expertise in all areas of paediatric, adult, medical, procedural and cosmetic dermatology.
Dr Grigoris graduated with first class honours in medicine from the University of Sydney in 1986. She completed a Masters degree in Human Papilloma Virus research in 1992 and received her fellowship with the Australian College of Dermatologists in 1992. In 1993, Dr Grigoris undertook advanced surgical laser training and completed a Mohs and general surgical fellowship at the Skin and Cancer Foundation, Westmead. In addition, she is a fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and has had a rural dermatology practice in the Riverina since 1994. She is a visiting medical officer at Griffith Base Hospital.
Dr Grigoris is a senior lecturer in dermatology at the University of New South Wales and the University of Wollongong. She instructs medical students from the UNSW, UOW and John Flynn Rural Program. She trains rural dermatology registrars from the Skin and Cancer Foundation in the Riverina. In 2017 her rural medical training of medical students was recognised by the UNSW with an Associate professorship.
Dr Grigoris also speaks conversational Greek and Italian.