You're in safe hands the minute you arrive
Our personalised approach to cancer treatment means that your individual needs are at the heart of everything we do. And because we know what a worrying time it can be, we go out of our way to make you feel as comfortable as possible.
Whatever your stage of treatment, we have a dedicated team to support you. You'll get to know them, and they'll get to know you, which means you won't have to keep explaining things to new people.
Supporting you throughout your cancer treatment
All of our consultants also work with the NHS and are experts in their field. So you always get top quality care at every stage of your treatment ,in a relaxing Nuffield Health environment.
We can carry out your scans and biopsies and we'll make a point of getting the results back to you quickly – usually in a matter of hours, not days or weeks.
Whether you need surgery, reconstruction or any other type of treatment, it's reassuring to know that we offer a wide range of cancer treatments and procedures in our 31 hospitals across the UK.
Ongoing cancer treatment
If you require ongoing treatment such as chemotherapy, you'll be in a comfortable environment with all the attention and all the space you need.
We'll continue to offer our support even when your cancer is in remission and, when appropriate, arrange any home care support you may require.
There's a lot to take in when dealing with cancer and, like most people, you'll probably have good days and bad days. You might also find that it isn't necessarily the big things that make the difference; sometimes it's the smaller details that can lighten your mood. That's why we go out of our way to make things easier.
A clean environment
We're very proud of our excellent record of keeping infections at bay, because we know it's front of mind for a lot of patients.
Our hospitals are conveniently located so that they're easy to find and never too far out of your way.
No set visiting times
Your family and friends can come and go as they please. Of course, if you need to rest we'll make sure they know.
We think you've got enough to deal with without having to look for loose change, or worry about the cost of parking every time you have an appointment.
It's not just treatments - it's weeks and months of care
Once you've started your battle with cancer, your personal care team will be there to support you every step of the way. You'll get to know them well, to the point where many of our patients and staff remain friends long after the treatment is over.
You might also be interested to hear that it isn't just the medical side of things where we can support you. We have close links with many external groups (including Macmillan Cancer Support) who advise patients on all manner of cancer related queries – such as getting back to work, family support and life coaching after treatments.
Some of the cancers we can treat
- Bowel cancer
- Breast cancer
- Colon cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Endocrine cancer
- Gastric cancer
- Gynaecological cancer
- Head and neck cancer
- Lung cancer
- Oesophageal cancer
- Orofacial cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Skin cancer
- Stomach cancer
- Testicular cancer
- Upper gastrointestinal cancer
- Urological cancer
Want to know more? See a list of consultants who specialise in Oncology (Cancer) or speak to your GP today.
Promise is valid for patients paying for themselves. Excludes assisted conception and IVF treatments. Your initial consultation and any necessary tests are paid for separately.
* Not including private patient units at NHS hospitals. Local area defined as within 15 miles of the Nuffield Health hospital. We will match against written quotes only.
** Where possible, we promise to assist you to receive any follow up advice, treatment or care that is clinically required from your Consultant for as long as you may require it. If a prosthesis is used as part of your treatment this is guaranteed for the manufacturer’s official lifetime of that prosthesis. “Clinically required” indicates where further intervention and/or monitoring of a patient’s condition is deemed necessary as a direct result of surgical intervention.