St Martha Oncology Centre, Guildford
GenesisCare's centre in Guildford uses advanced radiotherapy techniques including intensity modulated (IMRT), daily image-guided (IGRT) and breath-hold (DIBH) radiotherapy coupled with state-of-the-art technology to deliver the very best radiotherapy treatment to patients with many different cancer types, including breast, prostate, palliative, head and neck, lung, bowel, bladder, neuro and gynae cancers and many more.
Leading cancer specialists from the region, refer patients for treatment at the centre from across Surrey, including Redhill, Crawley, Kingston-Upon-Thames, Croydon, Twickenham and beyond.
Patients can be assured of outstanding standards of care at the centre which is part of St Martha Oncology Centre at BMI Mount Alvernia Hospital. By partnering with regional private hospitals, which provide a premium cancer service, consultants can ensure their patients have access to an integrated and bespoke approach to treatment - both clinically and holistically.
Patients attending the centre can also benefit from dedicated and free parking spaces, free Wi-Fi access and prompt appointments, where possible, at a time to suit.
St Martha Oncology Centre
46, Harvey Road
Tel: 01483 806 000
Getting to St Martha Oncology Centre, Guildford by Car
London Orbital exit the motorway at junction 10 (signed to London SW/Guildford/Kingston) and follow the A3 (S). Leave the A3 at the Burpham exit and join the A3100 (London Road). Follow the A3100 over 5 roundabouts. At the next traffic lights turn left into Waterden Road and cross Epsom Road into Harvey Road. GenesisCare Guildford Centre can be found within BMI Mount Alvernia Hospital which is at the top of Harvey Road.
Dr Sharadah Essapen MBBS MRCP FRCR MD
Gynaecological cancers, gastrointestinal cancers and anal cancer
Dr Anthony Neal MB BS, MD, MRCP, FRCR
Breast cancer (chemotherapy, radiotherapy, endocrine/biological therapies).
Dr Richard Shaffer BSc MBBS MRCP FRCR
Prostate cancer, bladder cancer, brain tumours, skin cancer, Dupuytren's & Ledderhose disease and plantar faciitis