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What is a referral?

A referral is a written request from one health professional to another health professional or health service, asking them to diagnose or treat you for a particular condition.

What does a referral do?

A referral provides information about you and your condition so that:

  • the person you are being referred to does not have to ask so many questions
  • they are aware of relevant background information
  • they know exactly what they are being asked to do

A referral is also used to indicate that the consultation or test you are being referred for is clinically important. In some instances the specialist may bill Medicare on your behalf if you agree they can do so.

Do I need a referral to visit The Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre?

A clinical referral from either your treating specialist or general practitioner is necessary to be seen at the Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre Westmead.

To book an appointment: (02) 8890 5200

On the day of appointment patients need to bring the following documents with them:

  • Referral letter from treating specialist or General Practitioner
  • Medicare card and private health insurance details (if any)
  • Any test results eg: pathology, x-rays, scans etc.

Referring a patient (For Health Professionals)

Contact Details:

Please download the REFERRAL FORM and email it back to the appropriate address noted below.

For Haematology related referrals: [email protected]

For all other referrals to the Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre:  [email protected]

If you have not heard back from our team within 3 working days,

Please contact us on (02) 8890 5200 and request to speak to either:

The Haematology Secretary for Haematology referrals or

The  Bookings Team for all other referrals

For an alphabetical listing of medical staff by specialty

About our Multidisciplinary Team Membership