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Cancer Care

Centre Details.

3/533 Kingsway
Miranda NSW 2228 Australia

(02) 8556 9300

(02) 8556 9350

Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 5:00pm

With a serene environment and coastal views, Southside Cancer Care offers you a relaxed and caring environment when accessing your oncology treatment and consultation from an experienced team of specialist doctors and clinical nurse specialists.
Southside Cancer Care
3/533 Kingsway
Miranda NSW 2228

How to get here.

To find Cancer Care Southside Centre, turn into Clubb Crescent from the Kingsway and take the first left into Clubb Lane and follow signage to the centre.

There is a “Drop off or Pick up” area immediately outside the front entrance to the Cancer Care Centre and free onsite parking available in designated spots for treatment patients.

Should a wheelchair be required these are available from the reception .

Parking can be difficult in the area however there is 3 hours free parking in Miranda Fair directly opposite the centre.

Our services.

Southside Cancer Care Centre offers a range of medical services necessary for patients throughout their cancer journey, with the aim to maximise convenience and minimise unnecessary patient stress.

Medical Oncology Consulting
Medical Oncology Treatment
Clinical Trials
Medical Oncology Consulting

Our singular focus on cancer gives our doctors at Cancer Care Associates extensive experience in identifying what makes each person’s cancer unique. If we determine that chemotherapy is the best treatment choice for you, your care team will know which specific drugs will be most effective.

Your care team will take into consideration the type of cancer you have, where in the body it started, what the cancer cells look like under the microscope and whether they have spread. They can also suggest strategies to minimise or manage symptoms or adjust the drug or your dosage as necessary.

Medical Oncology Treatment

Traditional or standard chemotherapy works by disrupting the cell cycle. Each time a new cell forms it goes through a series of phases in order to become mature. Traditional chemotherapy drugs target the different phases of the cell cycle. By disrupting or stopping a particular phase, a cancerous cell can no longer mature and divide and ultimately dies.

Some cancers make use of your body’s own hormones to grow and multiply. These cancers are known as ‘hormone dependent’ cancers and include some types of breast, uterine and prostate cancers. Hormone therapy uses drugs to block the body’s own hormones, e.g. testosterone in men and oestrogen in women. By stopping or lowering the amount of hormones the tumour receives, the growth of the cancer can be slowed.

Your immune system is designed to protect your body from threats such as infections, toxins and abnormal cell development (cancer). Your immune system usually prevents cancers from occurring, but sometimes it is not strong enough to combat abnormal cell growth. Immunotherapy drugs boost or improve how your own body’s immune system works to fight cancer.

Targeted therapies do not work in the same way as traditional chemotherapy even though they are technically considered to be a form of chemotherapy. As the name suggests, targeted therapies work by finding a specific target on cancerous cells that they can attack or block to stop the cells from making new cancer cells. If your cancer type is known to have a target, it will be tested at the time of your biopsy or surgery to see if the target is present. Assuming it is, a targeted therapy may form part of your treatment plan. As these drugs have a targeted action to the cancer cell, the damage to normal cells is usually reduced, but this does not mean that targeted therapies are free of side-effects.


Haematology is the study of blood and blood-forming tissues, which includes diseases related to the blood such as blood cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. A hematologist specialises in diagnosing and treating blood disorders, including those related to cancer. They use various diagnostic tests and treatments such as chemotherapy, stem cell transplantation, and targeted therapy to help manage and treat blood cancers.

Clinical Trials

Many cancer treatments used today are the result of previous clinical trials. Trial participants may benefit from new treatments offered as part of a clinical trial.

Your specialist may discuss participation in a clinical trail as part of your treatment, either led by Cancer Care Associates Foundation or in partnership with other clinical trail groups.

To find out more about Clinical trails please click here.


Cancer Care Associates have an experienced onsite pharmacist who works as part of the multi-disciplinary team who provides evidence-based, patient-centered medication therapy management and direct patient care for patients with cancer, including treatment assessment and monitoring for potential adverse drug reactions and interactions. They are onsite and work along side your specialist, nurse and extended care team and available to you!

Cancer Care Southside

Meet our doctors.