If you’ve been diagnosed with a blood cancer and live in regional, rural or remote areas of Australia, you will have to travel to a major city at short notice to begin medical treatment.
To relieve the stress and financial burden of attending important medical appointments, we offer free 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 through donations. In 2016-2017, across Australia we were able to provide accommodation to approximately 727 families.
Take a look inside the ESA Village in Brisbane
Have you ever wondered just what it is like inside one of the Leukaemia Foundation’s accommodation villages? Explore a two bedroom unit and the common area at the ESA Village in Brisbane in these 3D tours.
Patient and family accommodation
To book accommodation or to find out more, phone us on 1800 620 420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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