Footy Colours Week

The team at the Ballarat Surgicentre participated in Footy Colours Week from the 12th to 21st September to raise money for the Fight Cancer Foundations Kids with Cancer Project. It was a fun filled 2 weeks of events that everyone got involved in. We managed to raise a total of $604.15 for this great cause. A big thankyou to all of our wonderful patients who generously donated, and who got into the Footy spirit by wearing their team colours as well. A fun filled couple of weeks for all involved for a very worthy cause. 

Footy Colours Week

Its AFL finals fever! The Ballarat Surgicentre staff will be participating in Footy Colours Week from Monday 12th September to Thursday 22nd September raising funds for kids with cancer. Staff will be getting into the spirit by wearing their beloved AFL team colours. All patients are encouraged to wear their team colours to their appointments. 

Every dollar donated goes towards funding Fight Cancer Foundation’s education support programs, which helps kids with cancer keep up with school while receiving and recovering from life saving treatment. 

If you wish to donate to this great cause, donations can be made in reception over the two weeks. We hope to see you around with your footy colours on! 


RU OK DAY September 8th 2022

The Ballarat Surgicentre will be supporting R U OK? Day on Thursday 8th September. We will encourage all staff members and patients to wear a touch of yellow. Along with this we have a fundraising box with ribbons, pens, and bands to purchase and a morning tea. Please feel free to contribute where you can!

A place where asking the question “Are you ok?’ can really work is in the workplace. As employers or staff, we can all create a culture where people feel confident asking and answering this simple yet important question. Beside our legal responsibility of providing a safe and healthy workplace, these conversations can make a real difference to staff going through a tough time.
Please see that we have placed around the building, some information sheets on how YOU can start a conversation.
For more information on how you can ask R U OK? Go to