Comprehensive Care

Cancer Care and Palliative Care Services

Cancer Care

Our Cancer Care services are focussed on promoting general cancer awareness, and the importance of regular screening and prevention practices, in line with broader government initiatives. We work closely with the NSW Cancer Institute and Cancer Australia, to ensure local Community voices are being heard, and are receiving the best quality of care. 

We also host Pamper days –  a screening program is principally designed for health care check-ups provided by our Aboriginal Health Workers and Nurses and a range of well-being activities provided by Beauticians and Hairdressers. We also provide women with up-to-date evidence-based health facts and information provided by other Program staff, as well as running regular community consultation and host specialist staff from external services, ie. Breast Screen Australia, to compliment what we can offer.

Our services also include information and referrals, screening appointments, transport to and from appointments, cancer investigation and follow up, specialist financial support (for eligible clients), Aboriginal Health Worker/Practitioners,    clinical and General Practitioner services. 

PREVENT THE SPREAD

Please self-isolate if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, including a sore throat, coughing or sneezing, or flu-like symptoms. Call our reception to make a telehealth appointment with one of our doctors.

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Our Palliative care is an approach for clients living with a limiting or terminal illness. Palliative care helps clients stay comfortable while receiving care and treatment within their own home and assists with the prevention and relief of pain and symptoms, while addressing physical, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing needs. 

Our services include individualised supported care, transport to and from appointments, advocacy and referrals, appointment booking, home visits and emotional and social support.

Comprehensive Care FAQ’s

What Is Your Service Area?

The Shoalhaven Region – From Kiama down to Ulladulla

How Do We Contact The Team?

For External services & Self-referral – please contact our intake team

(02)44 217400

Do You Only Support Women?

Historically, Yes – However we do provide specific men’s clinic/services based at our Cullunghutti clinic weekly of a Tuesday.

What Kind Of Support Does The Team Offer?
  • Cancer information and referral
  • Supported transport
  • Advocacy
  • Financial brokerage for symptomatic patients
  • Palliative / End Of Life Care Support & Referral

Contact Comprehensive Care

122 Kinghorne Street, Nowra NSW 2541

Program operating hours are between
9:00am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday.

For more information, including appointment times and transport availability, please call;

Waminda Reception: (02) 4421 7400

Free Call: 1800 997 330

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Prevent The Spread

Please click here to find out more information about COVID-19 and how it has affected Waminda services. Please self-isolate if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, including a sore throat, coughing or sneezing, or flu-like symptoms. Call our reception to make a telehealth appointment with one of our doctors.

Our practice has an appointment booking system for all consultations, we can accommodate walk in consultations with the clinical team, but it is encouraged to make a booked appointment. On arrival you will be triaged by an Aboriginal health worker prior to seeing the Doctor. If you are unable to attend face to face due to symptoms, we have the option of a telehealth appointment.