Category: News

New lung cancer referral pathway

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in Australia. Over two thirds of patients are diagnosed at a late stage because of delays in diagnosis which means curative treatment is not possible. Earlier diagnosis and referral to specialist

Multidisciplinary Cancer Patient Assessment with MOSAIQ™

Our Multidisciplinary team have implemented the MOSAIQ™ electronic clinical record system, allowing significant efficiencies in patient review in Cancer Services Multidisciplinary Teammeetings, here at  The  Kinghorn Cancer Centre. This new system has led to sustainable meeting preparation and review processes,

Generous donation to boost services at the Wellness Centre

Wellness Centre patient Clare Foley was touched by her positive experience and level of care by practitioners and staff of TKCC and Wellness Centre, she instigated a fundraising afternoon with Australian Rugby Union (ARU), which raised over $2000 for the

Carboplatin Media Statement

5 April 2016 The hospital apologises deeply and unreservedly to the patients and families affected by this matter. We are sorry you’ve had to go through this; and we are sorry for letting you down in this way. In fact,

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre Launches Online Virtual Tours

Following its recent participation in Sydney Living Museums’ Sydney Open event , The Kinghorn Cancer Centre has once again opened its doors to the public – this time with a series of online virtual tours hosted on its website. The tours

Professor David Thomas Joins The Kinghorn Cancer Centre as Director

Following the announcement last December of the appointment of Prof David Thomas as the new Director of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre, David has now commenced the role here.  In addition to this role, he will also serve as Head of the

One year on: The Kinghorn Cancer Centre

Opened on 28 August, 2012 by then Prime Minister Julia Gillard, The Kinghorn Cancer Centre (TKCC) is a joint venture between St Vincent’s Hospital and the Garvan Institute, bringing together scientific and medical expertise to deliver a personalised approach to

World-class Molecular Genetics Facility at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre opened by Governor of NSW

Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC CVO, Governor of New South Wales will today officially open the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Molecular Genetics Facility at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre in Darlinghurst. The Centre is a joint venture of the

PM officially opens The Kinghorn Cancer Centre

Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaking at the opening of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre. On Tuesday, 28 August, Prime Minister Julia Gillard officially opened The Kinghorn Cancer Centre on the St Vincent’s Campus. As you know, the Centre is a joint venture

Sydney’s First Major Cancer Research & Treatment Centre to Open Today

Prime Minister Julia Gillard will today open The Kinghorn Cancer Centre on the St Vincent’s Campus. The Centre is a joint venture between Garvan Institute of Medical Research and St Vincent’s Hospital and will bring together cutting-edge research at the