At Chris O’Brien Lifehouse breast cancer patients can access breast cancer surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, reconstruction and clinical trials.
As they strive to deliver the best breast cancer treatment, Chris O’Brien Lifehouse’s breast specialists work in dedicated team of surgeons, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, chemotherapy specialists, radiation therapy specialists, nurses and allied health workers focused on men and women with diagnosed or suspected breast cancer.
Using the latest technology, their work is underpinned by a busy research programme carried out by the doctors who treat our breast cancer patients, so that their work feeds directly back into improving breast cancer treatment.
A public breast cancer clinic runs Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the afternoons. Patients are assigned a Lifehouse doctor and will be allocated an appointment based on clinical priority. Breast cancer surgeons see new patients on all three days while breast physicians see new patients on Tuesday afternoons.
If you would like to undertake your cancer treatment with us, you will first need to become a patient of Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. To do this, your GP or specialist will need to refer you to see one of our Lifehouse specialists.
The referral process is easy:
Your GP or specialist will submit your referral directly to Lifehouse.
If you wish to participate in a clinical trial, speak with your treating oncologist or GP to see if there are current trials you may be suitable for.
In NSW alone, someone is diagnosed with cancer every 13 minutes. Every dollar you contribute to Chris O’Brien Lifehouse will make a difference to the 57,000 patients who visit us each year.