GenesisCare provides the highest levels of patient-focused care across a network of conveniently located, purpose-built cancer centres.
Each centre has been individually designed to meet the needs of the local area and falls into one of three centre types. As such, each varies in what services are offered, but each centre aspires to the same core principles and provides the same high quality standard of patient services.
From the moment a patient is referred by their GP, they have prompt access to diagnostic procedures and tests, as well as treatments including advanced radiotherapy, chemotherapy and hormone therapy, all ‘under one roof’.
At the heart of each centre is GenesisCare’s approach to radiotherapy – one that leads the way in providing patients with the most precise treatment available resulting in fewer side-effects and improved outcomes for patients.
- As standard, GenesisCare provides 100% of patients with daily image guided radiotherapy (IGRT).
- It treats over 90% of patients with intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT).
- Delivers deep inspiration breath-hold (DIBH) techniques to move the tumour away from the vital organs in left-sided breast cancer patients and minimise movement of the vital organs during treatment of abdominal and thoracic cancer patients.
Dedicated patient-led care
And GenesisCare doesn’t just provide exceptional treatment, it is committed to delivering unparalleled patient care. Working with some of the UK’s leading consultant oncologists, physicians and surgeons, GenesisCare ensures every patient is provided with a tailored care plan delivered by dedicated, specialist care teams who are committed to providing every patient with a personalised and holistic service.
It is this combination of world-class technology and delivery of a patient-centred experience that is at the heart of GenesisCare's ethos, which aspires to a belief that cancer treatment should be integrated into patients’ everyday lives.
About GenesisCare centres
GenesisCare in the UK launched their first pioneering radiotherapy treatment centre in 2009, as Cancer Partners UK. Today, it operates ten cancer treatment centres and more are planned.