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Fire danger warnings: New South Wales and Queensland

11 November, 2019

A message from the NSW Rural Fire Service: “Tomorrow (Tuesday) will see very dangerous fire conditions across NSW, including Catastrophic fire danger for the Greater Sydney, Greater Hunter and Illawarra/Shoalhaven areas. A statewide Total Fire Ban will remain in place tomorrow.” “The simple thing to do is avoid bush fire prone areas, especially in the…

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November 2019

1 November, 2019

World-class lung cancer treatment launches in Wide Bay during Lung Cancer Awareness Month

GenesisCare has today announced the availability of a cutting-edge treatment option for patients with primary and secondary lung cancers, the first of its kind for the region. Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SABR) is a type of cancer treatment that targets tumours in fewer high-dose treatments than traditional therapy and preserves healthy tissue. The CHISEL trial…

October 2019

25 October, 2019

How is heart failure treated?

People are now living longer with their ischaemic heart disease and they’re surviving their initial heart attack but then go on to suffer consequences such as heart failure. With the aging population and the increase in cardiovascular risk factors, it is being recognised as an epidemic of the 21st century. We estimate up to 50…

24 October, 2019

New comprehensive cancer centre in Concord with capacity to treat more than 1,000 patients a year

For the first time, cancer patients in Concord will no longer have to travel outside their local community to access world-class radiation therapy, thanks to a new $7 million cancer centre unveiled at an official opening ceremony today. The state-of-the-art facility offers cutting-edge cancer treatments and services, including highly advanced radiation therapy techniques and technology,…

24 October, 2019

First of its kind stereotactic technology expands treatment options for Queenslanders with complex cancers

A high-precision technology, the Varian Edge with AlignRT and HyperArc integrations, is now available to treat patients with complex cancers at GenesisCare in Southport, Queensland. The world-class technology combines two of the latest advancements in stereotactic radiation therapy to deliver treatment with high accuracy and precision. Stereotactic radiation therapy is a type of cancer treatment…

24 October, 2019

Inaugural Cardiology Annual Research Report

It is with great pleasure that we share the inaugural Cardiology Annual Research Report. GenesisCare cardiologists have been conducting research for over 20 years and Cardiology Research, our national research network, has been operational for three years. We now have over 80 clinical investigators, 30 dedicated research staff and 8 research sites, making us the…

1 October, 2019

Northern Cancer Institute joins GenesisCare to offer integrated cancer care service in northern Sydney

Step towards comprehensive cancer care for patients at GenesisCare centres across Australia Leading provider of oncology services in Australia, GenesisCare, today announced a new partnership with Northern Cancer Institute (NCI) – a provider of high-quality medical oncology and haematology at two locations in northern Sydney. From this month, the two NCI cancer centres at St…

September 2019

13 September, 2019

New Cardiac Investigations Unit offers high-quality heart care close to home

A new Cardiac Investigation Unit (CIU) is now open at Hervey Bay Hospital, allowing better access to early intervention for heart conditions and better health outcomes for Fraser Coast patients. The new unit is thanks to a partnership between Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service and GenesisCare, one of the largest private providers of cardiology…

5 September, 2019

Women in the West urged to get their hearts screened

To coincide with this year’s Women’s Health Week, GenesisCare, the largest provider of cardiology services in Western Australia, is urging women aged 45 and over to recognise and act on the warning signs of heart disease. In Western Australia, coronary heart disease is a major health burden, estimated to account for 7.2% of all disease…