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PRC opens new purpose built medical centre in Joondalup

Perth Radiological Clinic is delighted to announce the official opening of Shenton House, a new purpose built multi-storey medical and cancer treatment centre located on Shenton Avenue, directly opposite Joondalup Health Campus. The new building, which includes the first cancer treatment centre for Perth’s northern suburbs, is a joint venture between Perth Radiological Clinic and the Anglican Diocese of Perth. It also houses a new Anglican church on the northern side of the building.
The building was officially opened by the Anglican Archbishop of Perth the Most Reverend Roger Herft AM on Wednesday 20 March 2013. Both Mayors of Joondalup and Wanneroo, Mr Troy Pickard and Mrs Tracey Roberts attended the opening along with the Attorney General Mr Michael Mischin. Mr Pickard also spoke at the event. Genesis Cancer Care who will be providing medical and radiation oncology services hope to start treating cancer patients onsite by the middle of April.
Perth Radiological Clinic is also building a new flagship imaging department, which when completed midyear will occupy the entire first floor. It will include a start-of-the-art MRI scanner,  a cutting edge low radiation dose CT scanner, a wing of ultrasound rooms and a dedicated breast imaging suite. A PET/CT scanner, the first of its kind for Perth’s northern suburbs, will also be installed later this year.

The almost completed Shenton House, overlooking Joondalup Health Campus

The almost completed Shenton House, overlooking Joondalup Health Campus

The Attorney General Mr Michael Mischin chats with the Anglican Archbishop Roger Herft at the opening

The Attorney General Mr Michael Mischin chats with the Anglican Archbishop Roger Herft at the opening

Mayor of Joondalup Mr Troy Pickard and Mayor of Wanneroo Mrs Tracey Roberts attended the opening

Mayor of Joondalup Mr Troy Pickard and Mayor of Wanneroo Mrs Tracey Roberts attended the opening