If you have recent experience of health care, either as a patient yourself or as a carer or friend of someone else, you are encouraged to share it.
Sharing your story can help make our health service better.

Who are we?

Health Consumers’ Council (WA) Inc (HCC) is an independent voice, advocating for patients in Western Australia. It offers a unique perspective on health policy and service delivery matters. The Council receives funding from State and Commonwealth agencies and comments publicly on all issues affecting health consumers.

HCC is keenly aware of the difficulties facing people in remote locations and regions outside the metropolitan area. Patients in country areas are encouraged to use our service. The toll-free number for country callers is 1800-620-780.

After cancer treatment ends – Where to from here?

Have you been affected by Cancer? Cancer Council WA, in partnership with Health Consumers’ Council and Carers WA, invites those affected by cancer and their family and carers to participate in a Community Conversation on living well after cancer treatment.

The event is FREE to anyone who is undergoing or has completed cancer treatment, their family, friends and carers.

The focus of the forum is to:

  • Share real life challenges regarding life after cancer
  • Gather consumer, carer and community feedback on what services are important for people after cancer treatment
  • Raise awareness of the current community services available after cancer

Date and time
Wednesday 24th August, 2016
9:45am to 1:00pm (inclusive of a light lunch)

Upstairs Function Suite, The RISE Centre, 28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands. Click here for more information on getting to and parking at The RISE.

Click here (When completing the form online ensure that you tick the ‘Community Engagement’ box ) or call 13 11 20 to register for this event. Registrations are essential for catering purposes. Registrations close on Wednesday 17th August, 2016 at 5:00pm AWST.




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