Icon Cancer Centre Noarlunga will proudly deliver world-class, exceptional cancer care close to home for residents in southern Adelaide. Icon Noarlunga is a stand-alone centre, located across the road from Noarlunga Hospital. The centre is led by a team of highly experienced cancer specialists who provide a wide range of cutting-edge radiation therapy treatment options.
The Southern Expressway has an on/off ramp located in Noarlunga. Free on-site parking is located at the centre.
By public transport
The Noarlunga Centre railway station in Noarlunga Centre provides numerous bus links to anywhere in metro Noarlunga, and a train station, to get to Adelaide by rail.
City bus route 725 departs the Noarlunga Centre Interchange East Side every 30 minutes.
City bus route 722F departs the Zone A Colonnades Interchange every 30 minutes.
Icon Noarlunga is Stop 64 Moreton Road East Side.
Treatment and care at Icon Cancer Centre Noarlunga
- Precise radiation therapy treatment for all cancer types using a state-of-the-art Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator
- Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH) – A technique for breast cancer patients that reduces the potential impact of radiation on the heart
- Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) – A technique that utilises advanced imaging equipment and computer software (including MRI, CT and x-ray) to precisely target a tumour with radiation beams
- Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) – A technique that delivers high dose radiation therapy to cancerous tumours, while limiting the impact of radiation on healthy surrounding tissue
- Stereotactic Radiation Therapy – An advanced technique that delivers pinpoint precise radiation therapy to treat small tumours with well-defined edges, including tumours that have spread from a primary cancer
- Surface Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT) using Identify – An advanced technology that delivers highly-accurate radiation therapy without the need to have permanent tattoo marks
- Triggered Imaging – A technique unique to the TrueBeam linear accelerator which enables visual verification that a tumour is being accurately and precisely targeted
- Volumetric Modulated Radiation Therapy (VMAT) – A technique that delivers radiation therapy beams in a series of arcs or angles by a rotating machine to allow for greater access to a cancerous tumour
- Free patient parking available on-site
- Access to allied health and support services
- Free Wi-Fi