To protect Riverina Cancer Care Centre patients and staff from potential exposure to COVID-19 the following measures are in place:
For Patients and Visitors
As per NSW Health, masks are mandatory at RCCC and must be worn prior to entering the centre. All persons entering RCCC must sign in using the QR code at the entry or at the Reception area if you require assistance. At reception a staff member will perform a temperature check. If attending for a consultation with an oncologist, or for an education session in the treatment unit only, patients are allowed 1 support person.
If you have mobility or cognitive concerns and feel you require a support person outside of this, please call the centre to discuss.
Please do not attend RCCC if:
You have cold/flu symptoms or fever.
You have been in close contact with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19.
If you have travelled outside of the Riverina in the past 14 days please call to advise RCCC of the location and dates. Public Health advice will determine if you may attend RCCC. Please advise the RCCC Admin team 6932 1000 if you meet any of the above criteria. If you have any concerns, discuss with your Oncologist or GP.
Screening and Assessment
Screening and Assessment measures are in place for all patients and visitors to the Centre. We appreciate your cooperation in complying with these measures and following the directions given by our clinical staff. If you have any questions please call the centre on 6932 1000 and ask to speak with the Director of Nursing or Nursing Unit Manager.
Up to date and factual information on Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the NSW Health website at the following link:
the RCCC Admin team 6932 1000 if you meet any of the above criteria
We request people that accompany patients be limited as follows:
Follow up consultations a maximum of one visitor.
New patients consultations a maximum of two visitors
2021 Quality Statement
“Excellence in Care”
The provision of excellent care to Riverina Cancer Care Centre (RCCC) patients is achieved by Centre staff and Volunteers’ participation in and observance of the Centre’s Quality system in the performance of their roles. Cooperation, collaboration, communication and mutual respect are critical to provision of excellent care.