Day oncology

Sydney Southwest Day Oncology and Infusion Centre is a calm and relaxing environment for you to receive intravenous infusions. Our team of highly-specialised nurses and accredited private specialists are here to care for you.

Our services:

Our six chair and two bed outpatient service provides the following services.

Infusions for oncological malignancies Medical infusions Non-malignant
haematology
Venesection
This includes outpatient
chemotherapy,
immunotherapy and noncytotoxic
antineoplastics.
This includes
gastroenterology,
immunology, neurology
and respiratory specialities.
This includes blood
transfusions.
This includes for
the treatment of
haemochromatosis.

 

 

 

 

 

Access to services:

Access to the Sydney Southwest Private Oncology service is available via referral from your doctor. Once we receive your referral, we’ll contact you
to arrange a time for your first treatment. Your specialist will tell you if you need to take a premedication before your intravenous therapy.

To make a referral, please contact us via email

Once we receive your referral, we’ll contact you to arrange a time for your first treatment. Your specialist will tell you if you need to take a premedication before your intravenous therapy.

Please let us know if you have any special needs or if there’s anything that may affect your appointment or treatment.

For your appointment, you may like to bring:

  • A support person if you wish, but no children under 12, please
  • Something to do – a book or magazine to read; a crossword puzzle; headphones to listen to your favourite music or podcast; or anything else to make your stay more comfortable.
  • A list of your medications, for your first visit only.
  • The Oncology and Infusion Centre is located at:

    Sydney Southwest Private Hospital
    Level 3,
    40 Bigge Street,
    Liverpool NSW 2170

    When you arrive for your appointment, head to Admissions and book in.

    We strive to start your appointment on time, however from time to time there may be unforeseen disruptions and delays that affect your appointment. We apologise for this and thank you in advance for your understanding.

    To make you feel as relaxed as possible you’ll have a comfortable chair and pillow, a blanket to keep you warm, a TV to watch, access to free Wi-Fi and light refreshments and drinks.

    Our nurses will support you during your appointment and throughout your entire journey with us. They’ll talk you through any side affects you may experience and options to help manage them.

    With your consent, we’ll work with your specialist to create an individual treatment plan for you.

    Please know that you are well supported by our facility.

    Our specialised, caring staff are there to help you through your treatment pre and post journey. If you have any questions please contact us.

    If you have any questions or need advice about the medications you’re taking for treatment, you can talk to our Medical Oncology Pharmacist at HPS Pharmacy. They will also talk you through your discharge medications. Call 02 8808 7070.

    The nursing team, in collaboration with your specialist, are available to discuss any side effects that you may encounter.

    There are many options to help control side effects of your treatment.

    If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, we can connect you with a McGrath Breast Care Nurse Care Consultant. They’ll work with you, your family and medical teams to provide additional care and support during your treatment.

    You’ll have access to Dignicap, a scalp cooling system that aims to minimise hair loss from certain chemotherapy treatments.

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