We are thrilled to announce that GenesisCare has expanded into Western Europe, following a definitive agreement signed with IMOncology.
IMOncology is the largest private provider of oncology services in Spain with 12 sites in five regions including Madrid, Sevilla, Murcia, Alicante and Castilla la Mancha. The well-established healthcare network provides high quality radiotherapy services and medical oncology services for cancer patients in both private clinics and on behalf of the Spanish National Health Service.Read more
Strategic partnership helps achieve a better result for cancer patients in the UK and around the World.
GenesisCare have formed an eight year strategic partnership with Elekta, a pioneering provider of sophisticated, systems and software for cancer patients. This partnership ensures GenesisCare patients in the UK and around the world will have access to the most advanced and recognised cancer treatment solutions available.Read more
The New Year festivities may be well and truly over, but so far, 2016 has bought us plenty to celebrate. Following the acquisition of Cancer Partners UK in July last year, by Australia’s largest provider of radiotherapy services, we now have our new name - GenesisCare. The appointment of Paul McPartlan as our new UK General Manager and the launch of our brand new, state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment centre in Kent are just three factors that are helping us to build a brighter future for cancer patients in 2016.Read more
Eagle Radio's Local Heroes Sports Award is presented to 14 years old, Paraclimber, Matthew Phillips
The team from St Martha Oncology Centre in Guildford recently enjoyed a very special evening out at Eagle Radio’s Local Heroes award ceremony which celebrates unsung heroes from communities across Surrey and Hampshire.Read more
The results of a survey released last week revealed that around half of people in the UK are unaware of advancements in radiotherapy and how beneficial it is in the treatment of cancer.
40% of people who are cured of cancer have radiotherapy as part of their treatment, which means it is second only to surgery as an effective cancer treatment, yet just 9% of the survey respondents thought that funding for radiotherapy should be prioritised on the NHS.Read more