Spire Healthcare works in partnership with CancerPartnersUK to give patients access to the latest radiotherapy techniques at the Spire hospitals in Portsmouth, Southampton and Little Aston in Birmingham. There is also a dedicated CancerPartnersUK facility in Elstree, near Spire Bushey Hospital.
The latest radiotherapy techniques - available at four Spire Healthcare hospitals
CancerPartnersUK is an independent organisation set up by a group of cancer experts who are committed to improving the overall quality and availability of cancer services across the UK, particularly in radiotherapy. They work with hospitals and healthcare providers to set up improved cancer care facilities, through a combination of new technologies, highly qualified medical teams and expert knowledge of cancer care pathways.
The CancerPartnersUK radiotherapy facilities have been built with the patient in mind, to ensure ease-of-access in comfortable, relaxing surroundings and flexible appointment times. This is because radiotherapy can entail a daily course of treatments for anything up to six weeks, depending on your consultant’s recommendations.
The expert radiotherapists and clinicians are all highly experienced in cancer care having previously worked in leading NHS and private hospitals. The facility is managed by a senior radiotherapist, supported by a team of physicists and clinical support staff. They provide a team-led approach to guide you through your treatment programme, answering questions and providing expert medical advice and consultation about all aspects of your cancer therapy.
They also have the guidance of leading cancer specialists who are closely involved with CancerPartnersUK and, of course, the teams of oncologists and surgeons from the Spire hospital. Throughout your treatment the teams work closely together to ensure that your care is delivered seamlessly and that you feel confident and reassured that your care and peace of mind is the absolute priority.
If you would like more information about CancerPartnersUK, please visit their website www.cancerpartnersuk.org