Western Manitoba Cancer Centre
300 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB (Brandon Regional Health Centre)
WMCC is a one story building located East of Brandon Regional Health Center, on the corner of Frederick Street and McTavish Avenue East.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday (excluding stat holidays): 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
There is inexpensive, long stay metered parking located on the East side of WMCC ($2/6 hours).
The Western Manitoba Cancer Center (WMCC), located in Brandon, MB, opened its doors in July 2011 as a joint venture with Cancer Care Manitoba and Prairie Mountain Health. WMCC is the only Cancer treatment center located outside of Winnipeg that provides radiation therapy treatments and chemotherapy services, and houses the only above ground Radiation treatment unit in the province. Most cases can be treated at WMCC, but there may be some, which require more specialized treatment at Cancercare Manitoba in Winnipeg.
Additional Health Care provider services available at WMCC include Radiation Oncologists, Family Physicians in Oncology (FPO), Dietitian, Social Work, Pharmacist and Nurse Navigator.
Cancer Care Manitoba (CCMB) Urgent Cancer Care: 204-787-8900
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. After hours call paging and request on-call services HSC 204-787-2071
Western Manitoba Cancer Centre (WMCC) Reception: 204-578-2222
Social Worker: 204-578-2206 (Brandon and South)
204-638-2189 (Dauphin and North)
Patient Navigation: 1-855-346-3710
Spiritual Care: Page through Switchboard at 204-578-4000
Medical Staff: Family Physicians trained in Oncology (FPO) at WMCC oversee chemotherapy treatment plans made by your Medical Oncologist in Winnipeg. Radiation Oncologists at WMCC are specialists who make and oversee radiation treatment plans.
Your Family Physician or Nurse Practitioner should continue to manage any other health related needs.
Supports & Resources
Canadian Cancer Society:
Toll free: 1-888-939-3333
Wheels of Hope registration and booking: Toll free 1-800-263-6750
Patient Resource Room:
Located in the Western Manitoba Cancer Centre. Information pamphlets, computer with internet access and patient resources including wigs.
Health Resource Centre (Library):
Brandon Regional Health Centre.
Look Good Feel Better Workshop:
Held 4th Wednesday of each month at Muray House. Companions welcome!
To register visit www.lookgoodfeelbetter.ca or
Home Care Program:
Palliative Care Coordinator:
Breast & Gyne Cancer Center of Hope:
Community contact information
Toll free 1-888-660-4866
For information on support groups, resources or upcoming events:
Call Social Worker
For any comments/concerns phone: