Midwest Cancer Centre

Cancer patients are benefiting from the $4.1 million state-of-the-art Midwest Cancer Centre, officially opened in Geraldton on 24 November 2016 by Health Minister John Day.

Artist impression of the new Midwest Cancer Centre
The $4.1 million Midwest Cancer Centre

Patients treated closer to home

The $4.1 million centre allows Midwest cancer patients to be treated closer to home in modern, state-of-the-art facilities.

The Cancer Centre provides:

  • expanded treatment facilities
  • six chemotherapy chairs
  • one chemotherapy bed

The Centre was officially opened by Health Minister John Day on 24 November 2016.

Built by local contractor

The Midwest Cancer Centre was built by local contractor Geraldton Building Services and Cabinets Pty Ltd.

The cancer centre was built at the same time as office and consulting room accommodation for the renal unit.

The $4.1 million cancer centre has been fully funded under the Federal Government's Health and Hospitals program and the consulting room for the renal unit, at $1.2 million, brings the total project cost to $5.3 million.

The successful tenderer, Geraldton Building Services and Cabinets Pty Ltd, was one of six companies to tender for the project.