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Epworth went to Broadway!

Epworth went to Broadway last Saturday night as 1350 guests wined and dined in the Crown Palladium ballroom at the Epworth gala ball, this year raising funds in support of innovation at Epworth. “This had been Epworth’s greatest… Read More

Fallen police officers commemorated at Epworth Richmond

Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation

Photo L – R: Epworth Richmond Executive Director Nicole Waldron and Group Chief Executive Alan Kinkade with Leo Kennedy and Victoria Police and Blue Ribbon Foundation members. The Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation (VPBRF) has for the first time… Read More

Everyone’s a winner at the Friends of Epworth Race Day

Photo: Alan and Denise Kinkade (2nd and 3rd from left) with Friends of Epworth executive and winning jockey. Four hundred guests braved the chilly weather to attend the Friends of Epworth Race Day at Moonee Valley Racing Club on… Read More

Federal Health Minister opens the Lee Wing

Photo L – R: Group Chief Executive Alan Kinkade, The Hon. Sussan Ley, Deputy President Epworth Board Maryjane Crabtree, Epworth Richmond Executive Director Nicole Waldron. The Federal Minister for Health, the Hon. Sussan Ley, officially opened the new… Read More

Australia’s first holmium laser

Donations made to Epworth Medical Foundation have funded the purchase of a state-of-the-art “Lumenis Pulse 120H holmium laser” for Epworth Freemasons. Epworth was the first private hospital in Australia to acquire this technology, which is now being used… Read More

Donors fund world-leading hybrid biplane theatre

Epworth hybrid biplane theatre

A year ago we called on our community to help us build one of the world’s most advanced hybrid operating theatres to care for patients at Epworth Richmond. The first of its kind in Australasia. Our supporters responded… Read More

Epworth Kumano Kodo challenges raise $130,000 to support cancer services

trekkers on the Komano Kodo track in Japan for Epworth Medical Foundation

Cancer patients at Epworth will benefit from the efforts of two Kumano Kodo hikes in April which raised in excess of $130,000. The Kumano Kodo is a series of ancient pilgrim trails, linked by the ancient cities of… Read More

Faster, better breast-cancer diagnoses

Photo: Epworth staff with the wireless lymphatic mapping probe. Breast-cancer patients at Epworth Freemasons now have access to cutting-edge diagnostic tool known as the “Wireless Lymphatic Mapping Probe” to both diagnose and treat the spread of cancers into the… Read More

Curing prostate cancer

Researchers at Epworth are exploring an exciting new development in the treatment of recurrent prostate cancer, by making use of unparalleled technology (PSMA-PET scans and Calypso real-time tracking) to diagnose and treat recurrent prostate cancer. To our knowledge,… Read More