This Christmas, Stockland Point Cook is partnering with St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee. We are supporting patients with cancer who will be spending the Christmas period in hospital. People like Point Cook resident and mother of two, Alison Smith, who is being treated for bowel cancer.
We invite our shoppers to donate gifts for women, men and children under the Stockland Point Cook Wishing Tree. The Wishing Tree will be located near Prouds the Jeweller in the Target mall. You can place gifts under the tree until 27th December.
For shoppers who prefer to provide a financial donation to St Vincent’s Werribee, there will be tap to donate facilities available.
Below image: (L to R) St Vincent’s Werribee patient Alison Smith and Libby Fifis, General Manager/Director of Clinical Services, St Vincent's Werribee.
About St Vincent’s Werribee
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee opened its doors in 2018. An exciting period of growth has followed. The hospital provides care for patients across many specialties including Orthopaedic Surgery, Obstetrics, General Surgery, Urology, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Ear, Nose and Throat and Neurosurgery.
The team remain focused on engaging the local community, specialists and primary healthcare providers to ensure St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee is the first and best option for patients receiving care in the west of Melbourne. To learn more, click here.
Cancer care close to home
Point Cook resident and mother of two, Alison Smith thought turning 50 would mark a positive new beginning in her life. Instead, just a few months after her millstone birthday, Alison was dealt a devastating blow. She was diagnosed with stage four terminal bowel cancer. Read more about Alison’s story.