Where is the new Peter Mac hospital?
Peter Mac is a world-class hospital dedicated to treating and caring for people with cancer. Our main hospital is located within the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre building in Parkville, Melbourne.
What suburb is Peter Mac?
Peter Mac has five centres across Victoria, in Melbourne, Bendigo, Box Hill, Moorabbin, and Sunshine.
Who owns the Peter MacCallum hospital?
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
|Founder(s)||Peter MacCallum Rutherford Kaye-Scott|
|Focus||Oncology research and cancer treatment|
|Chief executive||Shelley Dolan|
|Key people||Nicole Delaney|
Is Peter Mac Public or private?
Peter Mac is a specialist, public health cancer care hospital that offers a wide range of cancer treatments and services to patients who come from Victoria, interstate and sometimes overseas.
Is Peter Mac a private hospital?
As part of a push to attract more medical tourists, retain the best doctors and boost its coffers, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre last year won approval from the liberal government to include a new 42-bed “Peter Mac Private” hospital inside the new cancer centre, which is due to open in Parkville in 2016.
Does Peter Mac have emergency department?
Peter Mac does not have an emergency department. In the event of a medical emergency, please dial 000 for an ambulance or go to your nearest emergency department.
Who opened Peter Mac?
Sir Peter MacCallum with the Victorian Minister for Health, Ewen Paul Cameron MP, at the opening of the first Linear Accelerator. 1956. It had humble beginnings, starting in just one room of the then Queen Victoria Hospital in Melbourne.
Is Peter Mac a private or public hospital?
Peter Mac is a public hospital providing cancer care to over 31 000 patients each year. We provide a wide range of cancer treatments and services to our patients who come from Victoria, interstate and sometimes overseas. Before your admission to Peter Mac you will be asked if you have private health insurance.
Is Peter Mac covered by Medicare?
Peter Mac is a public health, specialist cancer centre in Melbourne….What are the costs for overseas visitors?
|Service or Treatment Type||Cost/Fees in $AUD|
|Hospital in the Home||from $1200.00 per visit|
|Prosthesis||full cost recovery|
How do I get a Peter Mac referral?
Downloading referral forms , print, sign and fax to 03 8559 7371 or email [email protected]
What does Peter MacCallum do?
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre is a world leading cancer research, education and treatment centre and Australia’s only public health service solely dedicated to caring for people affected by cancer.
How many beds does Peter Mac have?
122 overnight inpatient beds and 12 overnight palliative care beds (a joint service with Royal Melbourne Hospital)
Where are the peterpeter Mac cancer centres?
Peter Mac has five centres across Victoria, in Melbourne, Bendigo, Box Hill, Moorabbin, and Sunshine. Our main site is in the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre building in Melbourne where we deliver cancer care through our public hospital, conduct research and provide cancer education to health professionals and cancer specialists.
Where is the Peter MacCallum cancer centre in Melbourne?
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre BUILDING – Melbourne. Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre building. 305 Grattan Street, Melbourne VIC 3000. Phone: 03 8559 5000. The main public entrance is on Grattan Street, opposite The Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Where can Peter Mac’s radiation therapy be offered?
Peter Mac’s radiation therapy services are offered at Monash Cancer Centre in Moorabbin in partnership with Southern Health; in Box Hill at Epworth Eastern Medical Centre; at Sunshine Hospital Radiation Therapy Centre in partnership with Western Health; and at Bendigo Radiotherapy Centre in partnership with Bendigo Health.
What is the Moorabbin radiation therapy centre?
The Moorabbin campus delivers world-class radiation therapy planning and treatment delivery facilities. The centre is located on the ground level of Moorabbin Hospital in Bentleigh East. Our radiation therapy patients receive comprehensive care, including access to the following services.