Nottingham

Nottingham Cancer Treatment Centre

The Park Cancer Centre, Nottingham

GenesisCare at The Park Cancer Centre, Nottingham was built in partnership with BMI The Park Hospital in order to provide patients from across Nottinghamshire, Derby, Lincoln, Leicester and Sheffield with a full range of high-quality cancer services in one dedicated place.

The integrated service includes diagnostic tests, surgery and chemotherapy provided by BMI The Park Hospital, and GenesisCare’s highly sophisticated and precision radiotherapy treatments which include intensity modulated (IMRT), image guided (IGRT) and breath-hold (DIBH) radiotherapy.

Patients with a wide range of cancers – from breast cancer and prostate cancer to bowel cancer and pancreatic cancer and much more can be assured of fast access to some of Nottinghamshire’s leading cancer specialists and treatments.

Patients attending the centre can also benefit from a clean modern and welcoming environment, prompt appointments - wherever possible at a time to suit, free Wi-Fi access and dedicated, free parking spaces.

Centre details

The Park Cancer Centre
Sherwood Lodge Drive
Burntstump Country Park
Nottingham
NG5 8RX

Tel: 0115 966 2250
Fax: 0115 920 0760

Centre Manager, Susie McAllister
susie.mcallister@genesiscare.co.uk

Partner Hospital

BMI The Park Hospital

Getting to The Park Cancer Centre from the M1

Leave the M1 at Junction 27, and take the A608 - signposted Mansfield and Hucknall. Continue on the A608 until the third roundabout, and take the second exit on to the A611 - signposted Hucknall and Nottingham. At the roundabout take the first exit on to the B6011, and at the next roundabout take the first exist on to Wighay Road (B6011) passing through Linby and Papplewick. Continue until you get to the junction with the A60. Turn right on to the A60 towards Nottingham, and then first left on to Burntstump Hill (opposite the Seven Mile PH). Turn right onto Sherwood Lodge Drive - signposted BMI The Park Hospital, Police Headquarters, Burntstump Country Park. Turn left into the grounds of BMI The Park Hospital and then left again which will lead you to The Park Cancer Centre.

Getting to The Park Cancer Centre from Nottingham

Take the A60 towards Mansfield. Turn right on to Burntstump Hill (opposite the Seven Mile PH). Turn right onto Sherwood Lodge Drive - signposted BMI The Park Hospital, Police Headquarters, Burntstump Country Park. Turn left into the grounds of BMI The Park Hospital and then left again which will lead you to The Park Cancer Centre.

Getting to The Park Cancer Centre from Mansfield

Take the A60 towards Nottingham. Turn left on to Burntstump Hill (opposite the Seven Mile PH). Turn right onto Sherwood Lodge Drive - signposted BMI The Park Hospital, Police Headquarters, Burntstump Country Park.  Turn left into the grounds of BMI The Park Hospital and then left again which will lead you to The Park Cancer Centre.

Getting to The Park Cancer Centre by Rail

The Park Cancer Centre is a 25-minute taxi ride from Nottingham Train Station. Alternatively, the Pronto bus runs every 15 minutes from Victoria Bus Station. The Pronto bus links Nottingham, Chesterfield and Mansfield, and stops by the Seven Mile PH, which is a five-minute walk from the centre.

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