Participating Health Services and Hospitals

PARTICIPATING HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITALS


The registry would not be possible without the valued support of health professionals and other staff at the following sites:

Victoria

Monash Health

Site Investigator: Associate Professor Tom Jobling
Data Manager: Kate Nicholson
Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Royal Women's Hospital

Site Investigators: Associate Professor Orla McNally & Dr Deborah Neesham

Data Manager: Margot Osinski
Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Epworth HealthCare

Site Investigators: Associate Professor Robert Rome, Dr Jane McNeilage, Dr Tom Manolitsas & Dr Kym Reid

Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Mercy Hospital for Women

Site Investigators: Associate Professor Peter Grant, Dr Adam Pendlebury, Dr Julie Lamont & Dr Simon Hyde

Data Manager: Cathie Corrick
Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Cabrini Health

Site Investigator: Professor Gary Richardson

Site Status: Application Under Review

Warringal Private Hospital

Site Investigator: Dr Adam Pendlebury

Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

New South Wales

Westmead Hospital

Site Investigator: Associate Professor Alison Brand

Data Manager: Annie Stenlake
Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Westmead Private Hospital

Site Investigator: Associate Professor Alison Brand

Data Manager: Annie Stenlake
Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

St George Hospital

Site Investigator: Dr Gregory Robertson

Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

St George Private Hospital

Site Investigator: Dr Gregory Robertson

Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Tasmania

Royal Hobart Hospital

Site Investigator: Dr Michael Bunting

Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Hobart Private Hospital

Site Investigators: Dr Michael Bunting & Associate Professor Penny Blomfield

Site Status: Approved, Actively Recruiting

Western Australia

King Edward Memorial Hospital

Site Investigators: Dr Paul Cohen & Professor Yee Leung

Site Status: Application in Progress

REGISTRY COVERAGE


Whilst we intend to expand the National Gynae-Oncology Registry Australia-wide, it is currently operating in only Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania and Western Australia (application in progress). 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 four states, but we will expand to other hospitals and health services over time.