Annual Information Statement 2016
VCS Foundation Ltd
Section A: Charity Information
Basic Religious Charity:
Section B: Activities
Did the charity operate in the 2016 reporting period?
Other health service delivery
Description of charity's activities and outcomes:
VCS Ltd. delivers on its charitable purposes through three service entities, namely:VCS Pathology supports the cervical screening program: providing a high quality and efficient screening service for Victorian women at risk of cervical cancer. In 2015/16 VCS Pathology reported 312,829 Pap tests, representing 51.35% of the Pap smears taken in Victoria. VCS Pathology continued with the Compass Main Trial which is a clinical trial of up to 121,000 women, comparing 2.5-yearly Pap test screening with 5 yearly Human Papillomavirus (HPV) screening. It is the first large scale clinical trial internationally to assess these screening tests in an HPV vaccinated population and is being carried out by VCS in collaboration with Cancer Council NSW. The recruitment target of 36,300 unvaccinated women born on, or before, 30 June 1980 was reached during March 2016.In addition, VCS Pathology provides free educational sessions for medical and health professionals to improve skills and knowledge about cervical screening, HPV and Chlamydia to General Practioners, Registrars and Nurses. Victorian Cervical Cytology Registry (VCCR) is a key component of the cervical screening program, recording results of most Pap smears performed in Victoria. The register contains a linked record for each woman, detailing Pap smear results and subsequent investigations. In 2015/16 580,887 Pap test results were added, enabling a comprehensive reminder and follow-up service to be provided. VCCR provides a history link for laboratories and produces statistical information and reports on cervical screening. National HPV Program Register (NHVPR) plays an essential role in supporting effective delivery and completion of HPV vaccination courses and in monitoring and evaluating the HPV vaccination program. NHVPR records HPV vaccinations administered, undertakes follow up and reminder functions, conducts research and produces statistical information on the National HPV Vaccination Program. In 2015/16, around 808,716 immunisation records were added.VCS Ltd. also delivers the follow up function for the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program in Victoria.
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General community within Australia
Section C: Human Resources
- Full time employees: 113
- Part time employees: 55
- Casual employees: 18
Section D: Finance
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General purpose financial statements
Financial report consolidated with more than one entity?
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Charity's 2016 reporting period:
1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016
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