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A new home for Warragul BreastScreen

Radiographer Wendy Nieuwerth and Receptionist Chloe Boyes outside the new Warrag

Radiographer Wendy Nieuwerth and Receptionist Chloe Boyes outside the new Warragul BreastScreen clinic.

Warragul BreastScreen has moved to a new spot, with clients set to benefit from a fully accessible, modern clinic in a convenient new location.

Warragul BreastScreen opened its doors yesterday at its new address, 29 Mason St, Warragul, which is right in the centre of town close to shops and amenities.

The clinic is also close to public transport, with nearby bus routes and a 10-minute walk (750m) from Warragul train station

Previously, clients had to walk up a steep hill on approach to West Gippsland Hospital, where Warragul BreastScreen was located, but the new clinic is on a flat roadside with lots of parking around the clinic to make visiting much easier.
Warragul BreastScreen’s Radiographer Wendy Nieuwerth said, "The space is light and bright with a layout that enables a smooth workflow for clients attending the clinic. I am really looking forward to screening clients in our new premises. I’m sure the clients will appreciate the new surrounding as well.”

If you have a breast screen coming up at Warragul BreastScreen soon, please attend our new clinic at 29 Mason St, Warragul.

Congratulations to everyone involved in the relocation of Warragul BreastScreen to its new home.