Radiotherapy

Radiotherapy

  • Stereotactic Radiotherapy
  • IMRT (Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy)
  • IGRT (Image Guided Radiotherapy)

 

If you are a private patient about to begin or are undergoing radiotherapy at St Luke’s Cancer Centre

Please do not hesitate to call the Private Patient Coordinator if you have any queries regarding appointments or administrative aspects of your treatment.

However, if your query is specific to your treatment, please contact your Consultant Clinical Oncologist or a Radiographer.

If you are interested in receiving radiotherapy at St Luke’s Cancer Centre as a private patient please click here to view a list of our Consultant Clinical Oncologists who offer this service.

If you are attending the St Luke’s Cancer Centre for the first time, please make your way to the Level A Reception Desk where you will be greeted by one of the Receptionists. The Receptionist will register your arrival and direct you were to wait. For all future appointments please register with the Reception Desk before proceeding to your waiting area.

On your first treatment visit you will have a consultation with a Radiographer who will discuss with you what will happen and what to expect during your Radiotherapy treatment. This is a good opportunity to ask questions of your own.

For further information about receiving radiotherapy at St Luke’s Cancer Centre please click here.

You should have already signed a form to give your consent for treatment; the Radiographer will confirm that you are still happy to go ahead with your treatment.

If you have not already been introduced to the Private Patient Co-ordinator please let us know and we will arrange this for you.

 

On arrival for your Radiotherapy Appointment

If you are attending the St Luke’s Cancer Centre for the first time, please make your way to the (Level A) Reception Desk where you will be greeted by one of the Receptionists. The Receptionist will register your arrival and direct you where to wait.

 

On your first treatment visit you will have a consultation with a Radiographer who will discuss with you what will happen and what to expect during your Radiotherapy treatment. This is a good opportunity to ask questions of your own.

For further information about receiving radiotherapy at St Luke’s Cancer Centre please click here.

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