Coronavirus update: Dimbleby cancer care service
Unfortunately we have had to temporarily close all our support services at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup. We are still running services at Guy's Hospital and accepting referrals for information and advice, psychological support and benefits advice. The complementary therapy service are currently able to accept new referrals for one-to-one outpatient video consultation complementary therapy self-care sessions, the aroma stick service and daily live online relaxation sessions only.
A drop-in information service is still available for patients attending for treatment and the information nurses are also providing a telephone service. Our psychological support, and welfare and benefits services are still running and accepting referrals. These appointments are being delivered over the telephone or a video call where possible.
Our drop-in information centre
About the service
Dimbleby Cancer Care is a support and information service for patients and their carers from south east London and west Kent.
Our staff work closely with the clinical teams to ensure that you have all the information and support you need while having cancer treatment at Guy's and St Thomas'.
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis can be difficult not only for the person with cancer, but for their family and friends as well. Finding the right information or the right person to talk to can often make living with cancer that bit easier.
We also offer the following support:
Dimbleby Cancer Care
See the Dimbleby Cancer Care website for more information.