Cancer Care

Ramsay’s private hospitals offer a range of cancer screening and diagnostic procedures at a time convenient to you, and also offers treatment for some of the most common types of cancer. We offer the support of multi-disciplinary teams who will be working together to ensure you get the care which is right for you.

Fast Access to Screening Services

Fast Access to
Screening Services

Personalised One to One Care

Personalised
One to One Care

Multi-disciplinary Teams

Multi-disciplinary
Teams

FRIENDLY HOSPITALS

Consultant
Led Care

Insurer Accredited Screening Services

Insurer Accredited
Screening Services

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Your Healthcare Pathway With Us



STEP 1 | Consultation

Our Oncologists will discuss your symptoms with you and advise on appropriate diagnostics tests and treatment tailored to you.


STEP 2 | Diagnostics and Treatment

Based on your individual requirements, your tests and treatment, if needed, will begin when you are ready and at a convenient time to suit you.


STEP 3 | Support & Aftercare

Our comprehensive aftercare provides support and guidance throughout your treatment and recovery journey.


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