The Royal Marsden Private Care coming soon to central London
The Royal Marsden Private Care is expanding its presence in London by opening a new COVID-secure diagnostic and treatment facility in Cavendish Square.
The new private cancer centre, located in the capital’s renowned healthcare district, between Oxford Street and Harley Street, will offer patients fast and direct access to world-leading diagnostic experts in an easily accessible and reassuring environment. The new centre will provide early diagnostic clinics for all main cancers including head and neck, urology, breast, gynaecology, lung, gastrointestinal and skin.
What to expect
- Fast access: Get appointments within 24 hours, as well as same day test results.
- The highest standard of safety and care: CQC rated ‘Outstanding’.
- Clinical excellence: We are London’s leading research-led diagnostics and treatment cancer centre combined with a world-renowned multi-disciplinary team of cancer experts.
- Conveniently located: Cavendish Square is in the heart of London’s most respected healthcare district with exceptional transport links.
- Quality: Best in class patient service model in five-star surroundings.
Why choose The Royal Marsden at Cavendish Square?
Outstanding clinical excellence
On a weekly basis our multidisciplinary teams (MDT) of up to 35 world renowned cancer specialists meet to discuss individual patient cases. During this meeting, the MDT develops personalised treatment plans based on latest research for each patient, improving their experience and quality of care.
The multidisciplinary team consists of:
- Clinical and medical oncologists
- Allied health
- Full diagnostic imaging suite including MRI, CT, X-ray, mammography and ultrasound
- Naso-endoscopy and colposcopy
- 12 chemotherapy chairs on the Medical Day Unit (MDU)
- A minor procedure suite
- On site pathology with rapid blood tests
- On site pharmacy
The Royal Marsden is a research-led institution, which really influenced my decision to be treated here. My family and I did a lot of research, but the same name kept coming up...That name was The Royal Marsden