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The Bendigo Radiotherapy Centre is located on the corner of Stewart Street and Bayne Street, Bendigo. The entrance is on Stewart Street.
The Bendigo Radiotherapy Centre provides consultation and treatment for patients based within the Loddon-Mallee region requiring radiation therapy. The radiation therapy reception desk is located on level 1 and reception staff are available to direct patients from 8.00am to 6.00pm. Radiation therapy planning is located on level 1 and can be accessed from Stewart Street via the centre’s lift, specialist clinics are also located on level 1.
The Bendigo Radiotherapy Centre is open from 8.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday and can be contacted on 03 5454 9234.
Limited accommodation is available to patients who live 100km or more from Peter Mac’s Bendigo site. A daily rate is charged for the apartments based on occupancy and patients who live outside the 100km radius are eligible for a government subsidy.
To enquire about accommodation availability or government subsidies, contact Bendigo Health’s Social Work Department on 03 5454 9234. Social Work can also offer advice regarding alternative accommodation within close proximity. The Social Work Department operates between 8.30am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
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Limited car parking is available for patients in the Bendigo Health car park.
The entrance to the car park is on Stewart Street.
Street parking surrounding the hospital varies from one to three hours and parking officers regularly patrol the area. At the end of the allocated time period, you must move your car to another bay.
Buses: Bendigo Railway Station, on the Bendigo line, is approximately 2km from the centre. Buses also service the centre. For timetables and bus routes, visit www.christiansbus.com.au/Bendigo/bendigo_transit.htm
Taxis: A taxi phone is located in the main foyer of the centre.
Click here to find out how to refer a patient to Peter Mac or call the Bendigo Radiotherapy Centre on 03 5454 9234.
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