The building formally occupied by the Murray Valley Radiation Oncology Centre has been put on the market.
Suite six of the Murray Valley Private Hospital has been empty since GenesisCare moved its staff to the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre at the end of 2016.
Genesis has occupied the oncology centre, which was the first of its kind in Australia, since 1998.
At that time, the organisation was then known as East Melbourne Radiation Oncology.
The centre was purpose-built as a radiotherapy clinic, in part of the building formally known as Clyde Cameron College.
East Melbourne Radiation Oncology became Radiation Oncology Victoria, as it expanded out of the metropolitan area.
Radiation Oncology Victoria joined with GensisCare in 2011.
L.J Colquhoun Dixon director Andrew Dixon said the building was ‘fully fitted out’.
“There are consulting rooms, a reception area and treatment rooms, plus normal amenities,” he said.