If you’ve been diagnosed with a blood cancer and live in regional, rural or remote areas of Australia, you may have to travel to a major city hospital at short notice to begin medical treatment. For many people, this could mean weeks or even months away from home.
To relieve the stress and financial burden of attending important medical appointments, we offer subsidised or free (where possible) accommodation to regional and rural patients and their families.
This is achieved through the government subsidy scheme where available and the generosity of the community who donate to the Leukaemia Foundation.
Explore our locations below, or find out how to access our accommodation services here.