The Non-Malignant Haemataology Service focuses on the range of non-cancer blood disorders listed on this page.
This services is a collaboration with the VCCC Parkville clinical partners, providing coordinated and comprehensive cancer care. This service includes diagnosis, treatment, supportive care and community outreach for patients. To achieve this, the collective resources and expertise of each of the VCCC Parkville clinical partner organisations come together in a multidisciplinary environment to coordinate seamless patient-centred care, education and research activities.
This Non-Malignant Haemataology Service includes leadership and multidisciplinary teams formed across our clinical partners, with staff from multiple disciplines working together to deliver individualised care.
Activities across this service include:
- a coordinated referral and appointment process
- early detection, diagnosis, treatment, follow-up and supportive care
- oversight of the whole cancer journey for patients
- multidisciplinary team meetings
- multidisciplinary clinics
- a quality and audit program
- a research and education program
- leadership and support for cancer care delivered throughout Victoria.
Tuesday afternoons and Friday mornings
We also offer a clinical trials program. Our program offers a wide range of advanced research treatments for many of our patients.
Every cancer patient is at the heart of what we do. Dedicated to you, we commit and pursue state-of-the-art research that we link from bench to bedside and beyond.
If you would like to participate or have questions about clinical trials, speak to your specialist.
We understand how stressful and difficult cancer can be.
Your Peter Mac team of experts are dedicated and sensitive to your individual health and wellbeing needs – we are here to help.
You will need a referral from your GP or medical practitioner to access this service.
For health professionals
Learn more about referring you patient to Peter Mac.