Outpatient Cancer Clinics Survey

Outpatient cancer clinics are specialist clinics operated by hospitals that mainly provide care to patients with cancer, but also provide care to patients without cancer, who are treated for other conditions.

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 2016 data reflects the experiences of care of more than 12,000 people across 51 outpatient cancer clinics in NSW.

Page updated: 16th Jul 2018