Clinic Announcement

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 After 16 years at 32 Second Avenue Maroochydore, the Sunshine Coast Haematology & Oncology Clinic have acquired a new location on King Street, Buderim, behind the well known Coffee Club and next to the Buderim Village Green.

Set for opening in October this year, Montserrat CEO Ben Korst, said the new location had sweeping views of the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay and was located next to the newly upgraded Buderim Village Green.  With patients being the central focus of our philosophy, we needed to find an environment that offered not only ease of access, but a location that complimented their treatment. With all patient chairs now having views of the coastline and village green, we believe we have achieved this.

002Patients will now have twice the footprint, free parking, our famous food, access to modern amenities such as wi-fi, as well as a dedicated patient information room and library.  With onsite blood collection and Bone Marrow Aspiration clinic being provided by QML, patients will now have one central location for all of their needs. The new clinic will retain the ‘wellness’ philosophy of SCHOC and all staff and doctors will now provide both consultations and treatments from this location.

003With the base building now completed, a 3 to 4 month project is underway on fitting out the new 12 Chair / 2 Bed integrated Haematology & Oncology Clinic. Current Oncologists and Haematologists Dr Reardon, Dr Shue and Dr Shavaksha, our McGrath Foundation Breast Care Nurse, as well as new Doctors and allied health professionals will be joining us at the new site in the coming months.

004The official opening is expected to be around November this year. For further information contact the Sunshine Coast Haematology and Oncology Clinic Business Manager, Gayle Dowsett at the clinic on 07 5479 0000. There isn’t expected to be any disruption to patient treatment during the transition to the new site.


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