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How do I contact Monash Children’s Cancer Centre?

The Monash Children’s Hospital Cancer Centre provides a wide range of services to treat childhood and adolescent blood diseases and cancer. Monash Children’s Cancer Centre (Monash CCC) administration and management. Phone: (03) 8572 3456.

Why Monash Children’s Hospital?

Monash Children’s Hospital helps run the PICS Regional Outreach and Shared Care Program (ROSCP) to facilitate transition between primary treating hospital and regional centre and the Long Term Follow-up Program (LTFP) which facilitates transition from completion of curative treatment to survivorship phase of the cancer journey.

What is oncology and haematology service Monash?

Oncology and haematology service. Monash Children’s Hospital oncology and haematology service is delivered in the Monash Children’s Hospital Cancer Centre (Monash CCC). We provide preeminent care and treatment for infants, children and adolescents with cancer and haematological conditions (diseases relating to blood.)

What does Monash CCC do?

Monash CCC is a formal partner of the Paediatric Integrated Cancer Service (PICS) which works with health services to improve patient experiences and outcomes by connecting cancer care and driving best practice. See www.pics.org.au.

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