State-of-the-art cancer services in Sidcup
Exterior of Guy's Cancer at Queen Mary's Hospital
Guy's Cancer at Queen Mary's Hospital (QMH), Sidcup is a state-of-the-art Cancer Centre that offers local cancer patients the opportunity for chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment closer to home. Please talk to your medical team if you would like to be treated here.
Services at Guy’s Cancer at QMH are available to patients who would like to be treated closer to home rather than having to travel to central London. There may be some treatments that cannot be offered here, and you may be asked to attend other locations to have these treatments.
The building provides a valuable Dimbleby Macmillan Support Centre for patients and their families.
Guy’s Cancer at QMH is part of a £30 million investment in developing facilities and services at Sidcup. The QMH site is run by Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, with services provided by several organisations. The care you receive here is delivered by staff from Guy’s Cancer, part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
Watch this film to find out more about the Cancer Centre at QMH and hear from the Chair of our Patient Reference Group June Casson.
We want your experience to be exceptional and we are here to support you.We want your experience at Guy’s Cancer at QMH to be exceptional. Our staff and volunteers are here to support you.
We will keep developing our services so they continue to meet your needs – please tell the staff treating you what we are doing well and what we could do better.