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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Cancer Services

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The Oxford Cancer and Haematology Centre

The Oxford University Hospitals is a base for leading experts in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and associated conditions.

Prince Andrew visits the Radiotherapy Department
HRH The Duke of York visiting the Centre

The majority of our services have been brought together on the Churchill site in the Oxford Cancer and Haematology Centre.

  • Complex investigations take place in the Imaging Centre.
  • Surgical treatment benefits from the suite of ten operating theatres.
  • An Intensive Care Unit cares for patients with life-threatening conditions and following major surgery.
  • There are extensive facilities for haematology services.
  • Cancers specific to women are treated in the Jane Ashley Women's Centre.
  • Complex radiation treatments are planned and delivered within the Radiotherapy Department.
  • A dedicated Day Care Unit provides chemotherapy care (treatment with anti-cancer drugs).

These services are supported by the spacious Oncology Ward, with en suite facilities and access to specialist dietitians, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists to improve the quality of patient care and recovery.

Find us

For maps of the hospital, information about transport and parking and contact details, please use the link below.

The entrance to the Surgery and Diagnostics building is now the main entrance to the Churchill Hospital: to get to the Cancer and Haematology Centre go into the main entrance, walk on past the feature staircase on your right and take a left turn after the lifts.

For information about the wards in the Oxford Cancer and Haematology Centre, please visit our wards page.

For details about patient facilities at the Oxford Cancer and Haematology Centre, such as shops and cafes, please visit our facilities page.

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