Cancer investigations and treatments

If you have symptoms that are causing you concern, we can provide fast access to a range of tests and scans. If you receive a cancer diagnosis, our expert cancer specialists will help you choose the most suitable and effective treatment for you.


Why Spire?

  • Fast access to treatments, tests and scans
  • Expert, personalised treatments
  • Consultants who are experts in their field

We offer tests and scans for cancers including breast and bowel to patients across South-West London, near Croydon and Epsom.

Our highly skilled team of consultants and specialist support staff work together to deliver seamless private treatment and care for a wide range of cancers.

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Important information about Covid-19 tests

COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire St Anthony's Hospital.

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We may contact you by email, SMS or phone about your enquiry. If we try to contact you by phone (mobile and/or landline) and you are not available, we may leave you a voicemail message. We may also use your details to contact you about patient surveys we use for improving our service or monitoring outcomes, which are not a form of marketing.


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