Cancer treatment and management at Spire Murrayfield Hospital

If you have a concern about your health or about a history of cancer in your family, contact your GP to discuss your concerns and have an initial consultation. If your GP thinks it necessary to refer you to hospital for further assessment, you can ask for a private referral to a consutlant at Spire Murrayfield Hospital in Edinburgh.

Our consultants and cancer clinics

We have consultants across a broad range of specialities who see patients requiring clinical diagnosis or treatment for cancer. We also offer specialist consultant and nurse-led one-stop and rapid access clinics, such as the One Stop Breast Clinic, One-Stop Testes Clinic, and Gynaecology Cancer Clinic. These clinics are designed to provide speedy diagnosis and, should it be required, onward referral to further diagnostic imaging, pathology, and treatment.

Our cancer treatments 

Treatment options at Spire Murrayfield Hospital include surgery and chemotherapy. Brachytherapy and radiotherapy can be arranged in conjunction with the NHS Western General Hospital in Edinburgh. Click here to view more information about these treatments options.

Patient journeys

Every patient journey at Spire Murrayfield Hospital will be unique and based on your clinical needs at every stage, from diagnosis to treatment. As such, we offer a complete range of diagnostic imaging facilities, treatment options and consultant specialists, including oncologists, radiologists and pathologists, each of whom contribute to a patient’s individual care. Click here to view the treatment journey map.

Whatever your personal journey, our team of dedicated specialists will be there for you every step of the way. Click here to find out more about our team of specialists.  

The treatment each patient receives will be based on their individual clinical needs and on national guidelines for treatment as set out by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), South East Scotland Cancer Network (SCAN), Better Cancer Care and HDL 29, which define standards.