Facility

The Northern Cancer Institute is open at:

Northern Cancer Institute

Level 1, 38 Pacific Highway
St Leonards NSW 2065
Monday to Friday from 8am–5pm

Northern Cancer Institute Frenchs Forest

Suite 3
Level 1, Building 1
49 Frenchs Forest Road
FRENCHS FOREST NSW 2086
Monday to Friday from 8am–5pm

During these hours we are available to answer any questions you may have about your treatment. Click here to see our contact details.

Portable DVD players and DVDs can be provided upon request. Alternatively you can bring your laptop or reading to the facility. A family member or a friend is more than welcome to accompany you during your treatment.

Please remember to alert the Reception staff at NCI when you arrive and depart from the facility.

Transport St Leonards

Public transport is available with St Leonards Station a short 2 minute walk away and a major bus stop directly in front of the facility.

Conveniently located free parking is available under the building for patients attending the Northern Cancer Institute – entry is via Marshall Lane. Alternately there is metered parking in surrounding streets.

Transport Frenchs Forest

Public transport is available with a bus stop directly in front of the facility. Please check local bus timetables for further information regarding times and routes. Conveniently located free parking is available for patients under Building 1, or alternatively next door in the Parkway Hotel car park.

Food/Coffee

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are provided during the day to patients who are present at these times and receiving treatment. If you have special dietary needs please alert the staff on the day.

There is a Café on the Ground Floor at St Leonards, along with several within the same block.

There is a Café on the Ground Floor of Building 5 at Frenchs Forest.

Restrooms

Locate on Level 1 of both facilities – disabled facilities are available.

Emergencies

In the event of an emergency occurring outside the normal opening hours of the Northern Cancer Institute, you should contact your General Practitioner or attend the RNSH Emergency Department.

Smoking Policy

Northern Cancer Institute is a smoke free environment. We ask all our patients and visitors to respect this policy within the Centre's environs.