Hawkesbury Gazette,Wednesday, June 15, 2011 3
$8.8m cancer centre proposed
by Kietley Isrin
receiving memory care can move around theroom comfortably and confidently,” Ms Talbot AN $8.8 million plan for the long-awaited said. The wing will also be wired with high sen- Hawkesbury based oncology and infusion cen- Ms Talbot said a development application will be submitted to council in about six weeks and development will comprise eight chemotherapy tenders for the oncology service will be put out at and infusion beds, counselling services, an underground carpark and a level dedicated todementia care.
So what does the proposed new floor mean for the Hawkesbury? “Cancer is not one disease, it is many,” Ms Talbot said. “To travel to hospital Richmond Club Kimberley Talbot revealed the from some areas of the Hawkesbury for treat- next step towards the construction of the centre ment means that life basically stops.
“We developed the concept of the Cancer Trust The plan provides a detailed blueprint for the to predominantly bring oncology and infusion planning process for building Hawkesbury’s services to the Hawkesbury. This project means most advanced cancer treatment facility.
that people within the Hawkesbury can get Ms Talbot told the Gazette the plan was consis- what is a daily requirement for a lot of people – tent with the recently developed Magnolia Place chemotherapy treatments, and have access to a wing of the nursing home, and will provide addi- facility which is able to administer other treat- tional services for multiple sclerosis, arthritis, osteoporosis and other chronic diseases. But “There is also the possibility of a mammogram most importantly, the unit will be able to admin- service, and a place where cancer sufferers can purchase wigs and have counselling locally.” “Our plan is highly innovative, and provides a local solution to a national problem while Both a clinical psychologist and medical oncol- improving the overall accessibility of healthcare ogist will be consulting in Richmond to provide An artist’s impression of the proposed oncology development.
donation from Len and Margaret Peel to the “Is this project expensive to deliver? Yes,but no “The recent development of Magnolia Place “The centre will be designed with the comfort Hawkesbury Living Cancer Trust which has put has been a great success and the third stage and ease of patients in mind, and with guidance us in the position to advance our plans for build- of the master plan for the site was under and input from clinical staff to ensure that it is would also feature a $700,000 underground 18- practical and functional for their use as well,” According to Mrs Talbot, each infusion bed will spot carpark and a major renovation to the What was originally going to be a two-storey cost approximately $125,000 to completely set existing Magnolia Place wing to the tune of a Ms Talbot emphasised the new facility would wing extension with 22 beds, is now going to be up with oxygen, special waste outlets and emer- quarter of a million dollars to bring in spe- complement rather than duplicate services pro- developed into a three-storey extension, subject “It’s about a $1.5 million fit out and an addi- “We are currently about to undergo renova- “We will be co-operating, not competing, with “The Board of Trustees, who have been meet- tional $1.3 million build for the ground floor,” tions in the Cameron Wing in readiness for the area health service,” she said.
ing monthly to plan and design our treatment those additional two floors, with the top level centre decided that was sensible for us to do a “At this stage, we don’t have enough money to dedicated to dementia and memory care beds.” District Health Service Peter Blanchard said a three-level building and bring the oncology, achieve this, that’s why Hawkesbury Living in “The ‘Cameron Wing’ facility will feature an locally based oncology service will be a very wel- infusion and counselling services to the bottom conjunction with Richmond Club are also apply- activities and therapy room, study, a bus stop, ing for a $1.8 million dollar for dollar grant from storage area, shopfront, multipurpose dining If funding can be secured, the precinct could be “The additional floor is owing to the $1 million the Regional Development Fund of Australia.
rooms and outdoor streetscapes so that those Driver in fatal crash still not identified
by Cerise Burgess
ate a bend and veered to the wrong side of the Police, including scientific officers, ambu- gation it appears speed may have been a factor road, colliding head-on with a table-top truck lance, fire brigade and SES all attended the in the accident”. Steps are being taken to for- A MAN who was killed in a head-on car crash travelling in the opposite direction.
mally identify the deceased man and as of yes- last week in Leets Vale is still yet to be formal- The driver was the sole occupant of the car terday police said they could not offer any- The road was closed until 11.30pm while an The man, believed to be aged in his late 50s, The Mitsubishi Canter table-top truck driv- was driving his blue Holden Commodore sta- Both vehicles were towed from the scene for Anyone with details about the crash is urged er, a 49-year-old male from Mooney Mooney, tion-wagon south along Bicentenary Road at to contact Hawkesbury Police on 4587 4099 or forensic examination and inquiries into the Leets Vale, near Wisemans Ferry, about 3.30pm last Thursday, when it allegedly failed to negoti- Police said “at this early stage of the investi- A report will be prepared for the Coroner.
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