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Natalie’s story

Help us revolutionise the way we treat neurological disease. A world first clinical trial is helping Natalie who had had epilepsy since she was 11 years old and would experience up to 8 seizures a day. Our neurosurgeons have implanted a pump that sends medication directly to Natalie’s brain. She is now seizure free. You can support this clinical trial, which may also help those with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and stroke.

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Our News

Bourke Street Tragedy

24 January 2017

In the wake of Friday’s tragedy in Bourke Street, St Vincent’s would like to remind everyone that you may need time to process, reflect and acknowledge the impact this event has had on you, your friends, family and colleagues.

Inaccurate reporting creates further stigma for hep C patients

St Vincent's Director of Gastroenterology Professor Alex Thompson and Burnet Institute’s Professor Margaret Hellard respond to media reporting of Australia’s hepatitis C treatment program.

Immediate access to world-class cancer treatment for central Melbourne

12 December 2016

Melburnians in need of radiation therapy (also known as radiotherapy) now have the choice of immediate access at the city’s newest radiotherapy service, in partnership with St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and GenesisCare, Australia’s largest provider of radiotherapy services.

Vale John "Jack" Mackay AM

11 October 2016

It is with sadness that I pass on the news that Jack Mackay died on Sunday evening after a 3 year battle with cancer. He is remembered by his many friends and colleagues at St Vincent’s as a skilled and passionate clinician, dedicated to improving the life of his patients, and committed to developin

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Meet our ‎volunteer Peter Dwyer

16 May 2016

This National ‎Volunteer Week, we say thank you to one of our many volunteers Peter Dwyer, who visits our aged care residents once a week to play guitar and sing for them as a musical volunteer.