Latest News

Back to News

Most cancer surgeries done within a month

Posted 02 October 2014

A report released today by the National Health Performance Authority has found that most Victorian hospitals complete at least 90 percent of malignant cancer surgeries within 30 days.

Hospital Performance: Cancer surgery waiting times in public hospitals in 2012-13 finds that, nationwide, most patients with malignant bowel, breast or lung cancer receive surgery within 30 days, but some patients wait longer. The NHPA findings are consistent with Victorian public hospitals' strong performance in admitting category 1 patients for elective surgery.

Read NHPA report

Tagged

News Archive

View all

Health policies positive leading into the federal election

With only days until Australians head to the polls to elect the nation’s 46th parliament, parties of all colours and sizes are busy criss-crossing the country making last minute commitments. … Read more

NDIS transition webinars for health services

The ‘Catalyst for Change’ webinar series is designed to support Victorian healthcare organisations involved in the transition to NDIS. The webinars will explore the change framework and … Read more

Customer service training for residential aged care

The Public Sector Residential Aged Care Leadership Committee is holding a series of free workshops for people working in public residential aged care. The workshops have received extensively positive … Read more

Save the date: VHA Annual Conference

The 2019 VHA Annual Conference will be on 3 and 4 October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. More details to come. Register your interest here. Read more