Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Melbourne, VIC Australia
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre's estimated annual revenue is currently $5.2M per year.(?)
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre's estimated revenue per employee is $102,000

Employee Data

  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre has 51 Employees.(?)
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre grew their employee count by 38% last year.
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre currently has 1 job openings.

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Overcoming cancer together The VCCC is a powerful alliance of 10 leading research, academic and clinical institutions working together to accelerate and amplify leading-edge cancer research, knowledge and expertise to benefit the Victorian community. Our charge To position Victoria as a trailblazer in research-led, consumer-informed cancer prevention, detection, treatment and patient care. Our focus Together, the VCCC alliance partners represent a critical mass of expertise and resources. Our mission is to turn the potential of this into best possible outcomes for Victorian cancer patients. Our approach The VCCC alliance is changing the way we tackle cancer in Victoria. We work strategically and collaboratively together, integrating cancer research, clinical trials and education to enable and accelerate the translation of scientific evidence into patient and community benefit. Our partners Our alliance is a multi-site, multi-disciplinary joint venture partnership between 10 leading medical research, academic and clinical institutions with a shared goal of improving outcomes for Victorian cancer patients. The VCCC alliance partners are Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne Health (including The Royal Melbourne Hospital), The University of Melbourne, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, The Royal Women's Hospital, The Royal Children's Hospital, Western Health, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne (including St Vincent's Institute), Austin Health (including the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute and Austin Lifesciences) and Murdoch Children's Research Institute. The Victorian State Government is a major supporter of the VCCC.