Welcome to Cancer Services
Our service gives adults living in the Barwon South West region access to world class cancer treatment. Based in Geelong, we have state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and highly skilled health professionals who provide personalised treatment and care. Chemotherapy, haematology and radiotherapy services are provided at the Andrew Love Cancer Centre and inpatient services are provided in Baxter Wing 6 at University Hospital Geelong. Some outreach clinics are available to people living in rural areas.
For Medicare card holders, there are no out-of-pocket expenses for cancer services provided by Barwon Health. In some instances, your specialist may refer you to have tests from an external provider requiring an out-of-pocket expense. If you have any concerns about this, please discuss them with your treating doctor.
The Barwon Health Hospital Appeal lauched #ProjectLove in 2015 to raise funds to redevelop the Andrew Love Cancer Centre Chemotherapy Day Ward and Oncology Pharmacy.
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Are you aged 65 years or older? Have you had a cancer diagnosis within the last five years? or Have you supported someone with cancer within the last five years? We need your help ...
World Head and Neck Cancer Day – 27 July 2017
It’s an aggressive cancer that carries a heavy social burden. But when discovered early, it’s one of the most treatable cancers a person can be diagnosed with. Head and neck cancer is a gen...
Andrew Love Cancer Centre celebrates 25 years
More than 100 guests helped Barwon Health celebrate the Andrew Love Cancer Centre’s 25th birthday on 15 June 2017. The event at University Hospital Geelong was held to honour the hard wor...
Supportive Care Centre celebrates its first birthday
It has been one year since the Supportive Care Centre (SCC) opened at University Hosputal Geelong and it has seen quite a transformation. A lot of work has gone into creating a warm and welcoming spa...
The type of treatment you receive will depend on a number of factors including what type of cancer is being treated, what other illnesses or health problems you have, and what other treatments have been given in the past.
If you have a a Medicare card there are no out-of-pocket expenses for services provided by the Andrew Love Cancer Centre. In some instances your specialist may refer you to have tests from a provider requiring an out-of-pocket expense.
A referral from either a specialist or general practitioner (GP) is required prior to an initial consultation. For health professionals, please click the link below to find out how to refer your patient.
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