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Finding your way around



Guy's Cancer at QMH is a two story building with both lifts and stairsOur facilities

Facilities at Guy’s Cancer at Queen Mary's Hospital (QMH) are split over two floors.

Guy’s Cancer at QMH is a treatment centre and you may need to attend other sites, such as the Cancer Centre at Guy’s for some appointments. Please check the details in your appointment letter carefully.

If you are unclear about where you need to go, please call the department you are visiting using the telephone number on your appointment letter.

Facilities on our ground floor

  • radiotherapy service, including linear accelerators and CT scanner
  • Dimbleby Macmillan Support Centre
  • consultation rooms

Facilities on our first floor

  • chemotherapy treatment suites A and B
  • Dimbleby Macmillan group room, wig room and complementary therapies
  • consultation rooms

When you arrive

We want your experience in Queen Mary's Hospital to be exceptional.Please report to the receptionist at the main entrance. You will be asked to confirm your address, GP address and your mobile or telephone number, or tell us of any changes that we need to make to your personal information. You will then be shown where to wait. Please bring your appointment card or letter with you on the day of your visit.

If you have parked in the patient car park you will need to give details of your car’s number plate to the receptionist.

Frequently asked questions

  • What are the opening hours for the centre?

    Guy’s Cancer at QMH is open Monday to Friday, 8am-7pm. It is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

  • Can I bring a friend or relative with me?

    Please feel free to bring a friend or relative with you to Guy’s Cancer at QMH. They can attend your appointment with you if you would like them to.

  • Are refreshments available?

    There is a café in the main hospital building which is open 7.30am-5.30pm, Monday to Friday.

    Please do not eat or drink before your appointment if you have been asked not to do so, as this may result in us having to cancel your appointment. If you are not sure whether you can eat or drink, please call and check, or ask on the day of your appointment

  • Are there hearing loops?

    There is access to hearing loops within Guy’s Cancer at QMH.

  • Where are the toilets?

    Public and accessible toilets can be found on both floors of the building. These are well signposted. Staff will be able to direct you to the closest facility.





Map of Queen Mary's Hospital showing the location of Guy's Cancer at QMH.

Key information

Guy's Cancer at QMH
Frognal Avenue
Sidcup, Kent
DA14 6LT

How to get to the Cancer Centre at QMH

Contact details

Treatments and services