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CONTACTING VIV AT VIV@HRC.NET.AU
P: PO BOX 13 RICHMOND NSW 2753
T: HLCT phone: 4578 1144 (10am to 3pm Richmond Club reception)
T: HLCT cancer treatment unit: 4560 5555 (Hawkesbury District Health Service, Windsor Hospital)
It provides 24-hour emergency, medical, surgical, diagnostic, maternity, neonatal, paediatric, palliative, intensive and coronary care services, and after hour GP services.
The 131-bed hospital is operated by St John of God Health Care, and provides public patient services under a public-private partnership with the Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District.
It houses the Hawkesbury Living Cancer Trust Chemotherapy Unit, an initiative led by the Trust and supported by Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District and Hawkesbury District Health Service.
This unit is a satellite service of the Nepean Cancer Care Centre and provides a much needed local chemotherapy service to residents of the Hawkesbury region.
Hawkesbury District Health Service, St John of God Health Care
(02) 4560 5555
It provides chemotherapy and radiation therapy, as well as haematological services. Cancer surgery services are available at Nepean Hospital.
(02) 4734 3500
Hawkesbury Living aged care, established in 2005, is a subsidiary company of Richmond Club Group. Founded as Richmond Community & RSL Nursing Home in the 1950s, this facility has 141 bed licenses, a dementia specific wing, memory care and palliative care services.
Fundraising for the Hawkesbury Living Cancer Trust is coordinated under the charitable status of Hawkesbury Living.
Hawkesbury founded and based, the charity provides various support including financial assistance with medical costs, practical in-home housework, meals, transportation, health and wellness programs, networking, group meetings, information and retreats.
“Whatever you need, our aim is to help” is their motto.
It works across every area of cancer, from research to prevention and support. Cancer Council Australia works with its organisation members in each state and territory to undertake and fund cancer research, prevent and control cancer and provide information and support for people affected by cancer.
Cancer Council NSW
For the past 22 years, the organisation has worked tirelessly to ensure that all Australians who are affected by breast cancer receive the very best care, treatment and support.
It is represented by the Pink Lady silhouette – symbolic of BCNA’s focus on the people affected by breast cancer and all those around them, not the disease.
Breast Cancer Network Australia
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