Nepean Cancer Care Centre, Penrith

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The Nepean Cancer Service is committed to providing a comprehensive cancer service for patients with cancer and blood disorders. Ambulatory services are provided through the Nepean Cancer Centre, with radiation oncology, medical oncology, clinical haematology, psycho-oncology, allied health and supportive and palliative care services. Inpatient services include medical oncology, haematology, radiation oncology, supportive and palliative care services. Satellite Chemotherapy services also operate at Hawkesbury and Lithgow Hospitals.

Your support in this year’s Dry July campaign will help fund various new projects across our service aimed to improve patient care and comfort.

Latest Updates

Raising Money for Nepean Cancer Care Centre

To celebrate the launch of Dry July, the NCCC held a Trivia Night on 1 July 2016. Here are some photos from the night - with a special thanks to the sponsors including donors to the silent auction and especially the Kingswood Bowling Club, who provided the venue at no cost, and whose customers made unexpected cash donations.

Over $7,500.00 was raised at the event!

Thank you from Nepean Radiation Therapy

This week the hardware for the replacement Radiation Therapy music library arrived and has successfully been put in place a few moments ago.

Thank you to Dry July for funding this, and to the Dry July team here at Nepean Cancer Care Centre for doing such a great job at raising the money.

This will go a long way to making the patients’ treatments less stressful while being isolated in a noisy bunker.

Improvements at Nepean Cancer Care Centre

NCCC is using funds raised by Dry July in 2015 towards improving patient comfort in the clinic rooms, updating patient waiting areas, and improving video conference equipment.

The video conferencing equipment enables patients who are receiving palliative care treatment to stay in the comfort of their own home, rather than needing to travel to the hospital for care, and the equipment upgrade will make communication more seamless.

Making Patients More Comfortable at Nepean Cancer Care Centre

Nepean Cancer Care Centre in Penrith will use Dry July 2014 and 2015 funds towards a range of projects aimed at making patients a little more comfortable. These include:

  • Production of film clips to help with new patient orientation
  • Pressure care cushions
  • Over bed tables and bed wedges
  • New wheel chairs
  • Samsung tablets for waiting radiotherapy patients
  • Double bed air mattress so that family and carers can stay overnight when needed

Fundraising for Nepean

Nepean Cancer Care Centre recently held a trivia night to help fundraise and raise awareness about Dry July.