“The whole unit is wonderful. The staff are marvellous, it’s friendly and the extension to the gym is fantastic. Just everything is so nice about it. It’s just like going on a holiday.“As people...
“I think a lot of people take Cabrini for granted; they go there and they don’t see how much goes on behind the scenes to give them the care that they need."
When his wife Margaret got cancer, Rory Dunlevy became a Cabrini Malvern volunteer. When she passed away after a heroic second battle with the disease he became a Cabrini supporter.
It was the diagnosis she didn’t see coming. Heather McMahon was just 46-years-old when she noticed her right breast was lumpy, but with a history of benign lumps, she thought nothing of it. After...
Francis’ wife Carolyn passed away at Cabrini Brighton after a 26-year battle with breast cancer. Outstanding treatment, care and compassion inspired Francis to leave Cabrini a gift in his Will.
"We have seen first-hand Cabrini's compassionate and respectful approach and they are indeed one of the best hospitals in Melbourne, if not Australia, providing world-class medical care."