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All services & clinics
We provide short-term treatment, care and support for people in their first 24 to 48 hours in hospital.
We provide support to inpatients of the RMH with drug and alcohol conditions.
We provide treatment, care and support for people diagnosed with a genetic illness or with a family history of genetic illness.
We provide comprehensive assessment, treatment and care for people with low back pain, neck pain and sciatica.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with bone health problems.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Women's work together to deliver a full range of care for breast disease across all three hospitals.
We provide treatment, care and support for people diagnosed with chronic kidney disease.
We are one of Victoria's largest providers of cancer care and treatment, caring for more than 37,000 patients each year.
Neurophysiology tests measure the electrical functions of the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Testing is provided for a range of neurological conditions.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with bowel-related diseases.
We provide state-of-the-art diagnostic technologies and treatments for people with epilepsy.
We provide diagnosis and treatment for people who have experienced a stroke and conduct research to help improve the care and treatment of stroke patients in future.
We deliver intravenous (IV) infusions, injections and blood transfusions to patients, and provide space for minor medical procedures.
We provide diagnosis, treatment and care for people with skin diseases.
We provide information, education and clinical care to RMH patients diagnosed with diabetes and their carers.
We provide treatment, care and support for people requiring dialysis.
We care for extremely unwell people from all parts of Victoria.
We provide care and support for RMH patients with diabetes who require nutrition therapy as an integral part of treatment.
We provide care, treatment and support for critically ill patients when conventional heart and lung support provided in ICU has failed.
We provide culturally appropriate skin care for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples across Victoria.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with conditions of the digestive system and liver.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with heart diseases.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with endocrine conditions; including diabetes, osteoporosis, pituitary disease and thyroid disease.
We care for people with a single medical problem, or multiple and complex medical problems.
We provide comprehensive treatment, care and support for people with acute and chronic kidney (renal) disease.
We provide multidisciplinary clinical services including cardiac, immunological, neurogenetics, endocrine, and a full range of other non-cancer genetic conditions.
We provide treatment for patients whose hearts do not pump enough blood for their body’s needs.
The Integrated Hepatitis C Service (IHCS) is a nurse practitioner led community and outreach based service offering testing and treatment of hepatitis B and C in a range of settings.
The Hepatitis Clinic is specifically dedicated to the management of viral hepatitis, both as monoinfection as well as HIV and viral hepatitis coinfection.
The HIV Service team comprises experienced infectious diseases physicians, a social worker, an HIV HARP liaison nurse and clinic nurses.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with allergic diseases, immunodeficiency diseases and autoimmune diseases.
Our Infection Prevention and Surveillance service promotes, supports and reinforces practices and procedures to prevent the spread of infections in the hospital.
We provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services to patients with infectious diseases.
We provide sophisticated care and life support for seriously ill or injured patients across the Parkville Precinct.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with metabolic disorders.
We provide treatment, care and support for people living with a movement disorder.
We provide care for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and neuroimmunological conditions.
We diagnose, treat and care for patients with neurological conditions such as epilepsy or stroke.
One organ and tissue donor can transform the lives of 10 or more people.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Women’s work together to deliver comprehensive and coordinated familial cancer services across all three hospitals.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Women’s work together to deliver comprehensive and coordinated palliative care services across all three hospitals.
We provide an assessment of latest pathology results and arrange for the patient to have an iron infusion.
We provide specialist care for immigrants, refugees and travellers with a range of conditions, including infectious diseases and nutritional deficiencies.
We provide care, treatment and support for people with respiratory and sleeping disorders.
We provide diagnosis, treatment and support for people with rheumatic conditions such as arthritis, autoimmune and inflammatory conditions, and non-inflammatory musculoskeletal and pain conditions.
We run specialist outreach clinics in rural, regional and urban primary care centres to enable provision of tertiary services for refugees and other patients in the community.
We provide immunoglobulin replacement therapy to patients with primary and secondary immunodeficiency, as well as chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.
We provide specialist care of general infectious diseases, with an additional focus on imported and/or travel-associated infections.
We care for people with urological conditions such as cancers, stone disease and continence problems.
We provide treatment, care and support to 16 to 25 year olds with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.