What to bring Please bring the following with you: The referral from your GP or other specialist All x-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, mammograms and ultrasounds Blood tests and pathology reports relating to your referral A list of your current medications Medicare card Private Health Insurance details A family member or friend (if you wish) Getting there Dr Lancashire consults at the following two locations within the Mater Private Hospital Campus at South Brisbane. They are located only 100m apart. You will be advised which location your consultation will be at. Mater Private Breast Cancer Centre Suite 6.03, Level 6, Mater Private Clinic 550 Stanley Street South Brisbane QLD 4101 Brisbane Medical Specialists 51 Orford Street Tarragindi QLD 4121 Carparks The closest car park for Mater Private Hospital and the Mater Breast Cancer Centre is the Mater Hill (East and West) car parks. Best access is via Water Street. Public transport (bus, train, taxi) Bus Mater Hill Bus Stop is on the Southern Busway and buses run to and from the city every 10 minutes. The stop is located on Stanley Street, South Brisbane. You can visit the Translink website or call them on 13 12 30 for schedules or further information. Train South Bank Station is the closest train station. From there it is a 600m walk down Stanley Street to the Mater Hospital. You can visit the Translink website or call them on 13 12 30 for schedules or further information. Taxi There is a taxi and visitor drop-off zone at the entrance of Mater Private Hospital at 301 Vulture Street, South Brisbane or 550 Stanley Street, South Brisbane. There is easy access to the Mater Private Breast Cancer Centre from these locations. Disabled access Being a hospital campus, there is readily available wheelchair access and facilities at both sites. What to expect on the day Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time to allow for ‘check-in’ at reception. You will be asked to complete a New Patient Registration form on arrival if you haven’t already done so. The duration of your appointment will be determined by the complexity of your condition, however new consultations are usually 30-60 minutes. In some cases, a second appointment may be offered to discuss matters requiring more time for reflection on treatment options or further test results. Dr Lancashire will conduct a full medical history and examination. He will discuss the findings of the consultation with you and if further appointments, surgery or medications are required these will be explained. Where surgery is recommended, Dr Lancashire will discuss the procedure with you, guide you through a consent process and answer any questions you may have. After your appointment, Dr Lancashire will liaise with your referring doctor and any other relevant parties. Rescheduling or running late If you need to reschedule your appointment, please phone reception on (07) 3112 7601 as soon as possible so a new appointment can be made and your position can be offered to someone else. If you are running late for your appointment, please phone reception to let them know. We will always do our best to accommodate.