Participating Health Services and Districts

PARTICIPATING HEALTH SERVICES AND DISTRICTS


People diagnosed with thyroid cancer at our participating sites are currently contributing to the ANZTCR. This would not be possible without the valued support of health professionals throughout Australia and New Zealand at the following sites:

Victoria

Alfred Health

Site Investigator/s: Prof Jonathan Serpell & Dr Simon Grodski

Campuses: Alfred Hospital

Melbourne Health

Site Investigator/s: A/Prof Julie Miller

Campuses: Royal Melbourne Hospital

Monash Health

Site Investigator/s: Dr Simon Grodski & Mr James Lee

Campuses: Monash Medical Centre Clayton, Monash Medical Centre Moorabbin, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital

Peninsula Health

Site Investigator/s: Prof Jonathan Serpell

Campuses: Frankston Hospital

Ramsay Health Care

Peninsula Private

Site Investigator/s: Prof Jonathan Serpell

North West Private Hospital

Site Investigator/s: Dr Jenny Gough & Dr Kate Stringer

Royal North Shore Private

Site Investigator/s: A/Prof Mark Sywak

Greenslopes Private Hospital

Site Investigator/s: Dr Teresa Nano

Dudley Private Hospital

Site Investigator/s: Dr Jared Chang

Lake Macquarie Private Hospital

Site Investigator/s: Dr Christine O’Neill

New South Wales

Hunter New England Local Health District

Site Investigator/s: Dr Cino Bendinelli

Campuses: John Hunter Hospital

Northern Sydney Local Health District

Site Investigator/s: Prof Stan Sidhu & Prof Mark Sywak

Campuses: Royal North Shore Hospital, Hornsby Hospital, Manly Hospital

South Australia

Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Site Investigator/s: Dr James Kollias, Dr Christine Lai, Dr David Walters & Dr Melissa Bochner

Campuses: Royal Adelaide Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Southern Adelaide Local Health Network

Site Investigator/s: Dr Andrew Kiu

Campuses: Flinders Medical Centre

Queensland

Wesley Hospital

Site Investigator/s: Dr Jenny Gough & Dr Kate Stringer

Registry Coverage


Whilst we intend to expand the ANZTCR across Australia and New Zealand, the registry is currently operating in only Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia. We also aim to achieve whole population capture (i.e. to recruit, or at least invite 100% of eligible patients to the registry). Currently we do not have whole population capture in these states, but we will expand to other hospitals and health services over time.