The vision for MCCC is to bring together the research and clinical strengths of its partner organisations to deliver an internationally recognised research program that compliments a world class system of integrated clinical cancer care in Victoria.
Monash Comprehensive Cancer Consortium (MCCC) is a partnership between Monash University
and its affiliated research institutes, Monash Institute of Medical Research (MIMR)
, and Prince Henry's Institute
and the major public and private health services providing clinical care in Southern Melbourne - Southern Health
, Alfred Health
, Cabrini Health
, Peninsula Health
, and the government's agency for local coordination of cancer care - Southern Melbourne Integrated Cancer Services (SMICS)
MCCC's role is to bring together its partners research and clinical strengths to provide the best possible clinical outcomes for cancer patients in Melbournes Southern East. This represents around 30% of Victoria's cancer patient population.
MCCC is one of three major Cancer Research Nodes in Victorias integrated system of cancer research and care. We work collaboratively with the other two nodes, Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC)
and Olivia Newton John Cancer and Wellness Centre
to maximise overall benefits for Victorias cancer patients.
MCCC consists of an Advisory Council
, and Executive Committee, and is supported by a coordination unit.
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