August 31, 2011
The Royal Surrey Radiotherapy team are holding an open day in their department on Saturday 10th September between 10am – 3pm. The day is open to everyone and will take place at the St Luke’s Cancer Centre on level A; which is located at the back of the Royal Surrey County Hospital.
The Open Day has been organised to celebrate 2011 being the year of Radiotherapy; 100 years since Marie Curie won her second Nobel prize. The day promises to be interesting and informative with tours of the Radiotherapy department, a virtual treatment machine and a chance to meet the Royal Surrey Radiographer staff to learn how they use Radiotherapy to treat cancer and other diseases and much, much more.
The Radiotherapy team look forward to welcoming patients, past and present, members of the public and professionals. The day also offers an exciting opportunity for students considering a career in Radiotherapy or Medical Physics to come along and have a behind the scenes look at the work of the team.
Adrian Flynn, Radiotherapy Services Manager and Lead Therapy Radiographer at the Royal Surrey, said:
“Radiotherapy was developed 100 years ago. It is such an incredible method for treating patients and the technology is advancing all the time. We have some of the most innovative Radiotherapy equipment in the world here at the Royal Surrey so we though it was only appropriate to open our doors to show people the amazing work of our Radiotherapy team.”
For further information about the open day please call 01483 406600
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