Wig Salon opens at Epworth Geelong

March 29, 2018| Epworth News /

Epworth Geelong is here to support cancer patients with more than just clinical care.
Patients experiencing hair loss as a result of cancer treatment can now access the new Wig Salon, located at Epworth Geelong.

At the Wig Salon, patients can select from a wonderful variety of quality wigs and scarves and head-wear including turbans and night caps.

To support patients through the process, a professional hairdresser will help fit and style their new products.

All services and products supplied through the Wig Salon are at no cost to our patients and are courtesy of Epworth Medical Foundation donors.

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For appointments or further information email EGWigSalon@epworth.org.au or phone 03 5271 8523.



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