Cancer care at University College London Hospitals

The Cancer Fund was set up to support cancer services at University College London Hospitals. UCLH encompasses some of the most vital cancer treatment centres in the UK, providing comprehensive world-class services to diagnose, treat and support people with cancer. Most patients come from North London, Hertfordshire and Essex, but as a specialist treatment centre for many types of cancer, the hospitals treat patients from across the entire country.

We aim to provide support where it is most needed across these services, from funding staff training to purchasing equipment, in areas that the NHS would otherwise be unable to.


University College Hospital Grafton Way Building

Bringing the world’s most advanced form of radiotherapy, Proton Beam Therapy, to the UK. The team at Grafton Way are one of only two centres in the UK providing Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) and also host a state-of-the-art short stay surgery centre. The facility opened in phases in 2021. 


University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre

The University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre is home to services that diagnose and treat many types of cancer.

The cancer division's close links with University College London (UCL) give patients the opportunity to participate in numerous clinical research trials and provides access to new treatments as soon as they become available.


University College Hospital at Westmoreland Street

University College Hospital at Westmoreland Street provides urology and thoracic surgery services, including surgeries for cancer. 


University College Hospital

University College Hospital (UCH) offers a wide range of services from state-of-the-art facilities.

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