The Spire Specialist Care Centre at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, is a private cancer treatment centre that offers patients from the West Midlands and beyond a discreet, comfortable environment in which to receive private chemotherapy treatment for cancer. We are proud that our centre has been recognised by Macmillan Cancer Support with a Mark of Quality Environment (MQEM) for achievements in quality for cancer care environments.

A range of cancer treatments are available privately, including chemotherapy and surgery. We have links to private and NHS radiotherapy providers and will assist with arranging treatment.

Treatment for cancer can include a combination of treatment options and your care will be tailored to suit your individual clinical needs by our team of specialists.

Services and facilities

Our oncology services and facilities are designed to provide patients with a comprehensive approach to diagnosis, treatment and care.

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Treatment options

Our service incorporates expert clinical assessment at all stages, from diagnosis through to a return to wellness.

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Meet the team

From our specialist consultant surgeons to oncologists, radiologists, specialist care nurses, and pathologists, our experts ensure that your health concerns are listened to, diagnosed and treated with the utmost clinical professionalism.

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One-stop breast clinic

Our clinics are designed to offer fast access to specialist consultants.

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Quality award

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Our specialist team

Our multidisciplinary team of specialists includes consultant oncologists, radiologists, specialist oncology nurses, nurses and counsellors. View the consultants who are part of our expert team here at Spire Parkway Hospital.


The Macmillan Quality Environment Mark (MQEM)

Our oncology service is proud to have been awarded The Macmillan Quality Environment Mark (MQEM). This award is a detailed quality assessment to ensure cancer care environments meet the standards required by people living with cancer.