The Royal Women's Hospital provides an integrated multidisciplinary oncology service for women with benign, pre-malignant and malignant conditions.
|Patients of the Women's oncology unit are mostly women with diagnosed, or suspected, gynaecological or breast cancer who may be treated here at any stage of their illness.|
|Services include both major and minor surgery, chemotherapy, oncology and dysplasia outpatient clinics and a range of support programs and groups. |
|As a centre of excellence, the unit operates as a multi-disciplinary team, which includes nursing and medical staff, physiotherapy, social work, pharmacy, dietetics and pastoral care. There is also intensive involvement with a range of research projects. |