South West Regional Cancer Centre Community Open Day

July 7, 2016| Epworth News /

Come and take a look inside the new South West Regional Cancer Centre (SWRCC) before it opens to patients for treatment.

The Peter’s Project Foundation, together with Epworth HealthCare and South West Healthcare, are delighted to invite you and the South West Victorian community to the SWRCC community open day.

When

Saturday 16 July 2016
11am to 3pm

Where

South West Regional Cancer Centre
28-30 Ryot Street
Warrnambool VIC 3280

What’s involved

Meet at the car park opposite SWRCC to begin a 10-15 minute self-guided tour through:

  • Peter’s Project Community Support Centre

  • Epworth Radiation Oncology

  • South West Healthcare Chemotherapy

Register your attendance

Please register online by selecting an allocated timeslot.

We anticipate large crowds on the day thanks to the large community support for the SWRCC project. Note numbers are limited for the safety of visitors and respect to the environment, as we are located in a residential area and across the road from an emergency department.



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