We specialise in caring for, managing and treating people who may have a range of ongoing health problems caused by cancer or cancer treatment.
What we do
The term late effects is used to describe health problems caused by cancer or its treatments (including stem cell transplantation) that occur months or years after completion of therapy. Late effects can affect a person's physical, emotional, social or spiritual wellbeing.
The Alfred Late Effects Clinic is dedicated to helping stem cell transplant patients live their life to the fullest. If more than two years has passed since your stem cell transplant, you may be eligible to attend The Alfred Late Effects Clinic.
Find out more about The Alfred Late Effects Clinic.
How to access this clinic
Contact us directly
Family, carers, case managers and patients can contact us directly to access our services.
What to bring
Every time you come
- Medicare card
- Health Care Card and/or concession card (if you have one)
- Private health insurance card (if applicable/if you want to use it)
- Adverse drug alert card (if you have one)
- Previous x-ray films, scans, ultrasounds or any other test results or reports
- Medicines you need to take while you are here
- List of medicines you are currently taking (or the boxes), including medicines you have bought without a prescription, such as herbal supplements and vitamins
- Glasses, hearing aid, walking frame
For a clinic appointment
- Your appointment letter
- Any special items listed on your letter
- TAC or Workcover claim number (if relevant)
|Friday||The Alfred||9.30am - 12.30pm|
- Dr Sharon Avery: Clinical Haematology
- Dr Patricia Walker: Clinical Haematology
- Dr Tricia Wright: Clinical Haematology