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Palliative Care Services

Palliative care is the total care of those persons who have a condition that is incurable and will shorten their lives.  Palliative care focuses on maintaining a quality of life through the provision of expert advice, symptom management and support.…

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CoastCanCare

CoastCanCare is a unique program offered by the Central Coast Cancer Services in conjunction with our allied health colleagues. CoastCanCare wellness program offers a range of wellness programs designed to complement medical treatment and promote the wellbeing of adults with…

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Support Services

We provide a range of services to support patients, families and carers through diagnosis and treatment to survivorship or end-of-life care.  CoastCanCare Visit the Cancer Referral Network (Canrefer) website for information on a range of cancers, including: What you need…

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Surgical Oncology

Central Coast Cancer Services medical staff work closely with a variety of surgeons who operate at both Gosford and Wyong hospitals. The Central Coast has surgeons that specialise in: breast surgery colon and rectal surgery endocrine surgery oesophageal and gastric…

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Radiation Oncology

Radiotherapy, also known as radiation therapy, uses x-rays to kill cancer cells and stop them from growing. Radiotherapy is a safe and effective treatment for many types of cancer. Half of all people with cancer may benefit from radiotherapy to…

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Medical Oncology

Medical oncology involves using chemotherapy, hormone therapy and other targeted therapy for the treatment of cancer. The medical oncology service consists of an outpatient service, with clinics conducted at the Central Coast Cancer Centre at Gosford Hospital and the Cancer…

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Haematology

The haematology department offers inpatient and outpatient services at Gosford and Wyong Hospitals, providing expert management in benign and malignant blood disorders. The unit specialises in: The management of adult haematological malignancies including acute leukaemia, lymphoma, myelodysplastic syndrome, multiple myeloma…

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Cancer Genetics

The majority of cancers are not related to a genetic risk or a family history of cancer. However, in less than 10% of cases, inherited mutations in their genes may predispose individuals to develop cancer. Cancer genetics service provides patients…

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Breast Screening

Screening mammograms are recommended every two years for women aged 50-74 years. The free screening is available at Erina, as well as in mobile vans that visit different locations across the Coast. To book an appointment phone BreastScreen NSW on 13…

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Heart Failure

The heart failure service can assist clients, with a diagnosis of heart failure, with the management and understanding of their cardiac condition.  Inpatient services are provided at both Gosford and Wyong hospitals. Heart failure rehabilitation programs are provided at Wyong…

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