Victoria is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse populations in Australia. Peter Mac is committed to improving health literacy and reducing barriers to optimal cancer care for people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. To assist this, a range of information is...

Peter Mac is committed to the delivery of timely, accurate and confidential interpreting services by appropriately skilled professional interpreters. Interpreters are provided for appointments at Peter Mac at no cost to patients and their families.

Peter Mac is committed to the delivery of timely, accurate and confidential interpreting services by appropriately skilled professional Auslan interpreters. Auslan interpreters are provided for appointments at Peter Mac at no cost to patients and their families.

The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre, A Richard Pratt legacy (ACSC) aims to optimise the health and wellbeing of cancer survivors and their carers.

Spiritual Care at Peter Mac is a way for patients, families, friends and staff to reflect on and explore life issues which are affected by cancer.

Peter Mac provides a culturally sensitive environment and understands the unique healthcare needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Hairdressing, manicure, hand and foot massage and reflexology services.

Peter Mac’s wig library and headwear service which issues about 20,000 pieces of headwear to patients each year.

The Nancie Kinsella Patients’ Library provides books, magazines and folders of puzzle sheets to patients, their families and carers.

Look Good Feel Better is a free national community service that helps improve well-being and confidence for people undergoing cancer treatment.

At Peter Mac we are committed to providing the best care, as close to home as possible. To support this, we are introducing telehealth as an option when suitable. Using telehealth, you can have an appointment with your Peter Mac specialist by video. You can do this from your home, with your local...

Peter Mac offers support to veterans and war widows providing up-to-date information about entitlements and access to services.

Volunteer services provides support services to patients, patient support products, support the work of our Peter Mac team, hold special events, run the hospitals Auxiliary Shop and coordinate other fundraising activities.

The Wellbeing Centre is located on Level 1 of the VCCC building. This space was developed with assistance of and in collaboration with Maggies Keswick Jencks Cancer Caring Centres Trust of the United Kingdom.

The volunteer service work hard to provide support services and products to patients and their families.

The auxiliary shop is fully manned by volunteers and supported by the community, with a variety of lovely gifts and knitted goods available for purchase.