Medicine and Cancer Services

Western Sydney Local Health District

Medicine and Cancer Services

Ambulatory Medicine Research Centres

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Centre for Research into Adolescents’ Health (CRASH)

Westmead Hospital. 
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Dermatology Research Centre

Westmead Hospital
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Diabetes and Endocrinology Research

Westmead Hospital
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Immunology and Allergy Research

Westmead
Contact Prof. Stewart or Prof. Booth for more details.
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Rheumatology Research

Westmead Hospital

Cancer Services:

Cancer Services extends across both WSLHD and NBMLHD. The Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre Westmead and the Blacktown Oncology Unit are two of the largest multi-disciplinary treatment locations. Specialists from haematology and bone marrow transplant, medical oncology, radiation oncology, psycho oncology, familial cancer, nursing, allied health and pharmacy all work together to provide world class treatment. Many of these specialists are also involved in running a tremendous number of research projects.

  Breast Cancer InstituteThe BCI focuses on best practice, and utilises a research- and evidence-based approach across all of its programs.
  Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant:
  Medical Oncology:
  Palliative Care:
  Radiation Oncology Network:
  Sydeny West Translational Cancer Research Centre: SWTCRC is a cross-site consortium that links multi-disciplinary teams within the Sydney West Cancer Network with cancer research groups, many of which are part of the WSLHD. Cancer Services extends across both WSLHD and NBMLHD. The Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre Westmead and the Blacktown Oncology Unit 

Drug Health Services:

  Addiction and Drug Health:

Gastroenterolgical Services:

  Gastroenterology and Hepatology (Storr Liver Unit):
  Clinical Pharmacology:
  Toxicology:
  Endoscopy:

Infectious Diseases:

  Centre for Infectious Diseases and Microbiology - Public HealthCIDM-PH is a leader in development and implementation of new microbial strain-typing methods, designed to facilitate inter-laboratory harmonisation, to support multijurisdictional outbreak investigations and global surveillance of drug-resistant pathogens. Our researchers are chief investigators in the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) in Health Informatics and the CRE in Tuberculosis (TB) Control and Prevention.

Renal and Transplant:

  Renal Medicine:
  CTRR including Transplantation: