GenesisCare is now treating patients at a new $54 million cancer centre and research hub in Campbelltown, enhancing cancer treatment accessibility for the South West Sydney community and Southern Highlands residents.

Cutting the ribbon, NSW Health Minister Ryan Park pointed out the scale of treatment available here, saying, “I want people to realise that coming through these doors every year, there’ll be 13,000 people, 13,000 treatments carried out.”

“We literally can’t deliver healthcare fast enough in this part of Australia, and to have a facility like this taking pressure off the public health system is hugely beneficial,” Mr Park added.

The facility, spanning four stories across 3,927 sqm, offers radiation therapy, chemotherapy, haematology, and participation in clinical trials and research programs, with plans for Theranostics and nuclear medicine. Pathology, allied health services, and diagnostic imaging will also be available soon.

Member for Campbelltown Greg Warren welcomed this high-quality healthcare precinct “on our doorstep” and said that this project, supported by Campbelltown Council, exemplifies a successful partnership and commitment to community well-being.

This initiative, a collaboration between Campbelltown City Council, GenesisCare, Erilyan Construction Company, and Northwest Healthcare Properties, has created over 30 immediate healthcare jobs, with future expansion expected to generate 60 positions. More than 1500 workers, including 750 local subcontractors, contributed to the construction.

Recalling that signing this contract was the first thing he had to do on assuming office, Mayor of Campbelltown George Greiss said that this project ensures strategic land is put to best use for the benefit of the local community.

“This facility demonstrates the balance between architectural excellence and high-quality service provision, and the realisation of this project is proof of what can be achieved through a strong partnership,” Dr Greiss said.

The facility’s opening signifies Stage 1 completion of a broader health precinct, addressing the growing demand for private healthcare in the Macarthur region.

GenesisCare’s General Manager in NSW, Richard Briggs, said that GenesisCare strives to provide high-quality care that’s personalised and tailored to the patient.

“We always aim to treat the person not the condition. Our services will complement and work with existing cancer treatment providers in Campbelltown, supporting one of Australia’s fastest growing cities,” Mr Briggs said.

Erilyan’s joint CEO and Founding Partner, Karl Mayoh is proud to have seen to completion an “impressive 6 Star-targeted Green Star building that now has its place in such a tight-knit community.”

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