This section of our website outlines the range of cancer services offered across our hospitals. Click the headings below for more information.
Chemotherapy and supportive treatments are provided for oncology, haematology and some non-cancer patients. There are specialist units at each of the three acute inpatient hospitals.
Radiotherapy is provided by the Kent Oncology Centre (KOC) at Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury.
With our expertise in symptom control, we can suggest ways to help alleviate symptoms, such as pain or vomiting and bring about a sense of relief as specialist advisors.
Talking to a trained counsellor who is not personally involved can give us the space we need to untangle thoughts, feelings and ideas, and you can turn to us at any stage; after diagnosis, during treatment, or even after treatment has finished.
The aim of all complementary therapies is to bring more balance to the body. Each individual is unique and this approach seeks to treat the person as a whole.
Information about our services for cancer of the anus, rectum, bowel and colon.