Cancer Centre Information
For information on CLINICAL SERVICES at the Rosemere Cancer Centre click here or call 01772 522900. If you need URGENT out of hours advice please contact the Acute Oncology Helpline on 01772 523205.
***Covid-19 update from Rosemere - 7th August***
As the Cancer Centre continues to care for patients who are some of the most vulnerable at the moment during this crisis, I’m sure you can imagine our current priority is to continue to support this care in the safest possible way. This means that our charity offices continue to remain closed to the public until further notice to ensure footfall at the Cancer Centre is kept to just the patients and staff essential to their care and treatment.
A number of our team have been redeployed to support other hospital departments as we adapt to the impact of Covid-19 on our finances and activities. Those of us that remain are working remotely.We can be contacted via email@example.com or 01772 522913 and our post is also checked on a daily basis. If you’d like to contact a specific member of the team please click here, please take a look at our Meet the Team page for contact details.
We appreciate this is an anxious and uncertain time for everyone, but hope you are able to continue to support us throughout this crisis so we can ensure local cancer patients continue to receive world class treatment and care.
Thank you to those of you that have so far donated, undertaken your own challenge under lockdown, or supported us through one of our many virtual fundraising activities. If you haven’t been able to respond or support us yet, we understand and hope you can come back to us at a later time.
For the time being please keep yourself and your families safe and well. We look forward to seeing you when it’s safe to do so, and we are looking forwards to getting back to what we do best; raising funds to provide cutting edge technology, enhancing patient welfare, supporting our oncology staff and funding local cancer research, putting us at the forefront of fighting cancer - all of which is above and beyond what the NHS can do.
Your support is more important now than ever before, and will make a huge difference for cancer patients and their families across Lancashire & South Cumbria.
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