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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Coronavirus / COVID-19

If you have a new continuous cough and/or high temperaturedo not come to our hospitals.

Follow the national advice and stay at home for seven days. For most people, coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a mild infection, but for some of our patients it is a higher risk. Please help us to help you.

Important information about non-urgent inpatient operations and outpatient appointments.

From Monday 23 March we will not allow any visitors to our hospitals – with a few exceptions.

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Oncology referrals

Most new patients come to us via the team that has diagnosed their cancer.

If a GP has made a diagnosis of cancer and wants to refer directly to Oncology they can do so by sending an electronic referral to one of the email addresses below.

We will arrange for the patient to be seen by the appropriate team.

Tumour site specialty nhs.net account
Melanoma orh-tr.oncology1@nhs.net
Thyroid
Head and Neck / Skin
Late Effects
LGI / Colorectal
Uro-oncology orh-tr.oncology2@nhs.net
Lung
Hepatobiliary
Brain / CNS
UGI
CUP
Gynae orh-tr.oncology3@nhs.net
Breast
Sarcoma

Tel: 01865 235186

This department offers a full non-surgical oncology service for all adult solid malignancies.

It also offers radiotherapy for some haematological malignancies, and any children requiring radiotherapy for malignant disease.

Leukaemia and lymphomas should initially be referred to Clinical Haematology and children should be referred to Paediatric Oncology.

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