Outpatient Cancer Clinics Survey

Outpatient cancer clinics are specialist on cology and chemotherapy clinics operated by public hospitals for patients with cancer.

Each year, the Outpatient Cancer Clinics Survey asks for feedback from people who attended this type of clinic in a NSW public hospital about their experiences of care.

The survey also includes a number of private facilities (including the Chris O'Brien Lifehouse for the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the Sydney Adventist Hospital and the Riverina Cancer Care Centre) that provide a substantial volume of outpatient cancer clinic care to NSW public patients.

People who did not receive a survey can provide feedback about their experience by contacting their hospital directly.

Page updated: 24th Jan 2018