Cancer Care (Oncology) in Oxford
At Nuffield Health Oxford, The Manor Hospital our personalised approach to cancer treatment means that your individual needs are at the heart of everything we do.
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Why choose Nuffield Health Oxford Hospital for your cancer treatment?
Here at the Manor hospital, we are able to deliver comprehensive private cancer services across the region and specialise in the following cancers: breast, colorectal, brain, oesophagus, stomach, duodenal, pancreatic, prostate, bladder, testes, kidney, neuro-endocrine tumours, ovary, cervical, uterine and peritoneal.
We are located close to the NHS Churchill Hospital, a centre of excellence for cancer services. As a result we have a team of eminent oncologists, physicians, surgeons and expert nurses all providing excellent private cancer care. We understand cancer can be a frightening illness - access to the best treatment, the best care, and the most up to date advice is absolutely critical.
To ensure your care is tailored to your needs, your Consultant will supervise your care in conjunction with the specialist oncology team throughout your entire treatment process. Your Consultant will discuss the most effective and appropriate treatment with you following your cancer diagnosis. Your treatment pathway may include one or more of the following:
- Hormone therapy
- Biological/targeted therapy
- Supportive therapies e.g. blood transfusions
- Other treatments including brachytherapy* and laser treatment*
*These treatments will be arranged by your Consultant at another hospital.
After your initial consultation, you will be offered a pre-treatment appointment. This is an opportunity to meet the nursing staff, view our facilities and ask any questions you may have.
Your hospital experience
If you require ongoing treatment such as chemotherapy or systemic anti-cancer therapy (SACT), you'll be in a comfortable environment with all the attention and all the space you need. We’re committed to providing:
A clean environment
We're very proud of our excellent record of keeping infections at bay because we know it’s in the front of lot of patients' minds.
We're conveniently located in the centre of Headington, close to local shops and not far from the ring road with excellent transport links. We have no restrictions on visiting times so family and friends can visit whenever you like.
Free on-site parking
No need to worry about loose change or parking restrictions when you or your visitors are with us. However, our car park can get very busy so please give yourself plenty of time to arrive for your appointment.
24-hour contact service
At any point throughout your treatment, you'll be able to contact a member of our clinical team 24 hours a day if you need advice. During working hours your call will be answered by one of our specialist nurses and out of hours your call will taken by a Resident Medical Officer (RMO) who is based at our hospital. In addition, your Consultant will be available if necessary. We also offer a triage service if you are unwell.
Our holistic approach to cancer care
Whatever your stage of treatment, we have a dedicated team to support you. You'll get to know the team and they'll get to know you, which means you won't have to keep explaining things to new people and receive continuity of care. We have a world-class team of experts including oncologists, surgeons, radiologists, specialist oncology nurses, clinical nurse specialists and a Maggie’s Cancer Support Specialist, all committed to ensuring you receive the best care available. Listed below are the team of oncologists and specialists who have a private practice at the Manor Hospital:
At The Manor Hospital we want every aspect of your care throughout your cancer journey to be outstanding and offer practical, emotional and social support through our on-site support services and post treatment recovery package. We also partner with The Oxfordshire Health and Racquets Club, also part of Nuffield Health, who provide Relax & Restore treatments, a bespoke beauty service for those living with cancer.
It's not just treatments - it's weeks and months of care
Once you've started your treatment for 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.
To support your emotional wellbeing, we’ve partnered with Maggie’s to provide an on-site drop-in centre where you and your family can access practical, emotional and social support throughout your cancer journey.
“Having cancer was a very scary experience. Jackie and her team put me at ease. They showed me around the oncology unit before my chemotherapy started and explained what to expect during chemo. They even welcomed in my family and chatted to my young daughters about ‘where mummy would be’ to help them come to terms with what was going on. The team were always there for me during and after my chemo, never too busy to answer questions or offer support. I am very grateful to them for making a scary experience a little less scary.”
Getting in touch with us
For more information, or if you would like to book a consultation, please call 01865 307750. Alternatively, please fill in the form below and we will get back to you at a time that is convenient to you.