A comprehensive diagnostic service for cancers in babies and children is provided by expert surgeons and paediatric intensive care specialists. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment is given by an experienced team of nurses, radiotherapists and pharmacists.
These specialists whose NHS practices are at leading centres such as UCLH, The Royal Marsden and King’s College Hospital are able to treat cancers such as solid tumours, haematology and neurological (brain and spine) tumours.
Our new paediatric day unit currently provides supportive and ongoing care to our oncology patients. The unit provides the highest quality of service and is supported by a highly trained team of staff.
The Harley Street Clinic offers a bespoke haemato-oncology unit and service for paediatric patients including bone marrow transplant.
This new unit has four dedicated rooms, two of which offer negative pressure isolation for our patients in their more vulnerable phases of care, a treatment room and a separate family space to offer support and privacy for parents and siblings.
The care is led by a team of consultants from both UCLH and The Royal Marsden which can accept patients within the ages of 0-20years old.
The nursing teams provide specialist paediatric and adolescent haematology and oncology skills which are supported by a dedicated education lead and clinical nurse specialist.
We can care for all haematological patients, offering oral chemotherapy, IV chemotherapy, lumber punctures, intrathecal chemotherapy and supportive care.
Allogenic & Autologous transplant if required is supported by high dose chemotherapy administration, plus pre and post transplant supportive care.
Further information can be obtained Contact for this specialised service can be made via:
Paediatric Oncology Manager
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