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Ben Wiese

Dr. Ben Wiese is a primary care skin cancer physician located in Kelowna, British Columbia. Dr. Wiese and his wife, Dr. Lize Wiese, opened their own family practice, Healthwise Kelowna, in Kelowna, Canada in 2010. After discovering his fascination with the skin structure and how it works, he decided to pursue further education in skin cancer. He completed dermoscopy and primary care skin cancer courses at the Universities of Cardiff and Queensland in 2014. After completing the courses, Dr. Wiese began offering skin cancer screenings and treatments at his family practice. In 2018, Dr. Wiese opened the Kelowna Skin Cancer Screening Clinic, where he works today. Most recently, he began offering screening services using the revolutionary FotoFinder Mole Mapper.

Primary Care Skin Cancer Physician
Kelowna, Canada
KelownaSkinCancer.com

Education

University of Pretoria/Universiteit van Pretoria
Bachelor of Medicine, 2000-2006 

University of Pretoria/Universiteit van Pretoria
Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.), 2000-2006

The University of Queensland
Master's Degree, Skin Cancer

Experience

Primary Care Skin Cancer Physician
Kelowna Skin Cancer Screening Clinic and Healthwise Family Practice 
- Offers skin cancer screening and treatment options
- Certified in the FotoFinder Mole Mapping system, a computerized mole mapping system for skin cancer screening.

Surgical Assistant
Kelowna General Hospital
Physician
Lakeshore Vein and Aesthetics clinic

Certifications

  • CCFP, The College of Family Physicians of Canada - Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine
  • Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine, The University of Queensland

Skills

  • Healthcare
  • Family Medicine
  • Medicine


  • Skin Cancer Screening
  • Skin Cancer Treatment
  • FotoFinder Mole Mapping

Know Your Skin, Risk Factors: Kelowna Skin Cancer Physician

Global News, May 10, 2019: On May 10th, Dr. Ben Wiese of the Kelowna Skin Cancer Screening Clinic was able to interview with Global News about the importance of skin cancer awareness and protection. Learn more about the best ways to protect your skin, and what you should know about skin cancer. Read the full article from Global News here.


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In Conversation With Dr. Ben Wiese

Kelowna Daily, May 9, 2019: Dr. Ben Wiese of the Kelowna Skin Cancer Screening Clinic had an opportunity to sit down with The Daily Courier about the importance of practicing proper sun protection and doing consistent skin cancer screenings. See the full interview with the Daily Courier here.

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Getting to know your skin could save your life

Kelowna Now, May 8, 2019: Dr. Ben Wiese of the Kelowna Skin Cancer Screening Clinic discusses the importance of consistent skin cancer screenings, and what he offers with his wife, Dr. Lize Wiese at the screening clinic. Read the full article from KelownaNow here.

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Kelowna Doctor Warns Against Tanning As Skin Cancer Rates Rise

Kelowna Capital News, May 7, 2019: As part of May Skin Cancer Awareness month, Dr. Ben Wiese of the Kelowna Skin Cancer Screening Clinic spoke with Kelowna Capital News about the importance of avoiding tanning as skin cancer rates increase. Read the full article from Kelowna Capital News here.

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