The Michael Rice Centre - Clinic
Haematology/Oncology Clinic is the Clinical Haematology/Oncology Department's outpatient day treatment clinic; emergency centre; and Late Effects Clinic.
We care for children from South Australia and the Northern Territory who have blood disorders and/or cancer. The clinic is a centre for
The clinic together with the Ward make up the Clinical Haematology/Oncology Unit.
The clinic has many liaisons with the community, including school visits, Royal District Nursing Service referrals and home visiting.
The clinic enjoys collaborative relations with
How to access the service
A doctor's referral is needed to the Clinical Haematology/Oncology Department of the WCH.
Information for Families
The Butterfly Card scheme assists families where children are admitted to hospital for an anticipated period of more than a week or who have frequent admissions or outpatient/day therapy appointments.
Car parking is available on or near the hospital grounds.
This information package is written for families who have a child diagnosed
with cancer. You can find information on specific diseases, treatment and tests,
how to cope with a cancer diagnosis in the family, services at the hospital
and where to find more information.
This information package is written for families who have a child diagnosed with a bleeding disorder. You can find information on specific diseases, treatment and tests, how to cope with a diagnosis of a bleeding disorder in the family, services at the hospital and where to find more information.
8.30am - 5pm Monday to Friday
5th Floor Gilbert Building
Ph (08) 8161 7411
Fax (08) 8161 6567
last modified: 07 Apr 2016