Moorabbin Hospital

One of Victoria’s leading cancer treatment centres, we are a major contributor to cancer related research and the education and training of under graduate and postgraduate clinicians.

Moorabbin Hospital

Since opening in 1975, the 147-bed Moorabbin Hospital has become one of Victoria’s leading medical and research facilities, building a tradition of high quality care to its community.

Cancer care

Moorabbin Hospital is home to the Monash Cancer Centre, one of Victoria’s premier integrated cancer treatment centres, with radiotherapy services provided in longstanding partnership with the renowned Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

It uniquely provides the people of southern Melbourne and beyond with access to treatment, care and support services in a single convenient location and close to where they live. It is also the location of the regional offices of the Southern Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service and BreastScreen Victoria, and a major centre for cancer-related and other medical research.

Non-cancer care

Moorabbin Hospital also offers the following non-cancer health care services:

  • Orthopaedics
  • Haemodialysis
  • Ear Nose and Throat – non malignant
  • Gynaecology – non malignant
  • Urology – non malignant
  • Pastoral care
  • elective surgery
  • short-stay care
Home to Victoria’s first Patient Simulation Centre, the hospital plays a major role in the education and training of undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, nurses and allied health professionals.

The hospital hosts the Southern Melbourne Integrated Cancer Services and  Breastscreen Victoria's Screening and Assessment Service Monash which supports a network of 7 community screening centres.

Contact:
823-865 Centre Road
Bentleigh VIC 3165
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Phone: 03 9928 8111
Fax:
03 9928 8752

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