London called and it called loudly at the Epworth HealthCare Gala Ball on Saturday 3 August.
Molecular pathology techniques are used to diagnose all blood cancers including myeloma, leukaemia and lymphoma.
Epworth HealthCare started with an idea: a vision to build a private hospital in Victoria that would provide people on modest incomes with more pleasant accommodation, dedicated nursing services, and better facilities than the public hospitals could often provide.
The Friends of Epworth hosted another fantastic race day this year. With thanks to the generosity of guests, over $120,000 was raised which will support the care of patients, including jockeys, in rehabilitation.
The 2018 HeartSmart Christmas Lunch at Leonda on the Yarra was extra special with Tour de France cyclist, Matt Keenan acting as MC and a family sharing their personal story of a 'chain of survival'.
Epworth Medical Foundation and the Australian Food Allergy Foundation held their inaugural fundraising food gala, Gather to Graze.
Twenty-five weary participants have just returned home after completing the final section of the Spanish Camino de Compostela.
Walking 115km over six days they were blessed with perfect weather, some authentic historic farmhouse accommodation and knowledgeable guides.
World-renowned orthopaedic foot & ankle surgeon Mark Myerson was guest of honour at Epworth on a recent Sunday morning, where he led a cutting-edge discussion on the diagnosis and management of patients with complex and challenging disorders of the foot and ankle.
Every year in winter, thanks to Epworth Medical Foundation and its generous donors, it’s scholarship application time at Epworth. In a program unique to Epworth’s ten sites, around 100 staff receive an award that has the power to become the highlight of their career.
We’re excited to announce our investment in six new da Vinci robots!
A big thanks to everyone who was involved in the 2018 Epworth Medical Foundation Men’s Health Lunch on Thursday 10 May.
Around 55,000 Australians per year will suffer from a heart attack – that’s one every ten minutes! But how do you know if you or someone around you is having a heart attack? And when do you call 000?
“Will I lose my hair?” is often one of the first things asked when discussing chemotherapy as a treatment option and the answer is, “Maybe”.
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.