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Cancer specialists in London: The Wellington Hospital
They have a large team of experienced cancer consultants who are at the top of their profession, with most holding senior positions in London’s renowned teaching hospitals. Your treatment is supported by a team of specialist nurses and technologists with access to the very latest technology ensuring a speedy and accurate cancer diagnosis.
State-of-the-art cancer treatment in London: The Wellington Hospital
The hospital's new state-of-the-art Platinum Medical Centre allows The Wellington Hospital to bring cancer care, diagnosis and treatment together in a defined approach.
The imaging services available at the centre occupy the entire basement floor of the new building and are one of the largest and most advanced diagnostic centres in the country. The services offered include, two MRI scanners, a lose dose PET-CT scanner, a 64-slice CT scanner, ultrasound, mammograms and an advanced interventional radiology department.
If surgery is required as part of your treatment the Hospital has 15 operating theatres, backed up by 24 hours high dependency and intensive-care support.
Treatment of cancer in London: The Wellington Hospital
The Wellington Hospital's new Platinum Medical Centre is
bringing cancer care, diagnosis together in a defined approach. The
centre will provide a blend of leading surgical care, specialist medical
treatment and state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging.
Chemotherapy will be delivered in a special ten-bed unit which has been developed in partnership with The London Oncology Centre (LOC).
This will be supported by high-end cancer diagnostics so
that patients requiring ongoing cancer care will have access to all
necessary treatment on site.
The imaging department
– run by a highly experienced team of professionals including specialist radiographers, technologists and nurses - is one of the largest and most advanced in the country and supports the LOC withdiagnostic CT
and PET/CT scans
and digital radiology
Having this equipment on site means results can quickly be made available to consultants to increase the speed of diagnosis and start of treatment.
The new oncology centre will mainly focus on gastro intestinal, liver, head and neck, and gynaecological cancers.
Other types of cancer will continue to be treated in the specialist departments in the main hospital building.