Additional services

As part of our multidisciplinary approach to care at London Bridge Hospital, we offer a range of additional support available, including:
A team of oncology pharmacists and technicians, who reconstitute the chemotherapy in a sterile unit on-site, as well as providing advice regarding treatments and related side effects
A specialist Oncology Resident Medical Officer, who works across the inpatient and day units
A Chemotherapy Clinical Nurse Specialist, who provides support for patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Three Breast Care Clinical Nurse Specialists, who provide support for patients from diagnosis through to treatment and follow up. In conjunction with ex-patients, our Breast Care Clinical Nurse Specialists run a monthly support group, for further details please click here (http://www.pinkbuddies.co.uk)
A Haematology Clinical Nurse Specialist, who works closely with Consultants to support patients undergoing autologous stem cell transplants and other haematological treatments.
A Palliative Care Clinical Nurse Specialist, who provides symptom management, counselling and support and help with the transfer of patients to community palliative teams or hospices.
Dieticians, who provide specialist nutritional advice and support to patients undergoing cancer treatments (to find out more click here).
An inpatient physiotherapist, who is available to see day cases on request.
A Clinical Psychologist, who provides counselling.
A team of complementary therapists, who offer aromatherapy, reflexology and massage in a dedicated area within the Chemotherapy Day Unit and in inpatient rooms.
A hospital Chaplain, who is able to visit patients during the week and can offer Holy Communion to patients.

As part of our multidisciplinary approach to care at London Bridge Hospital - Private Care at Guy’s, we offer a range of additional support available, including:

  • A team of oncology pharmacists and technicians, who reconstitute the chemotherapy in a sterile unit on-site, as well as providing advice regarding treatments and related side effects
  • A team of specialist Oncology Resident Medical Officers, who work across the inpatient and day units
  • Breast Care Clinical Nurse Specialists who provide support for patients from diagnosis through to treatment and follow up. In conjunction with ex-patients, our Breast Care Clinical Nurse Specialists run a monthly support group, Pink Buddies, to provide support for patients dealing with breast cancer for further details please click here
  • A Haematology Clinical Nurse Specialist, who works closely with Consultants to support patients undergoing autologous stem cell transplants and other haematological treatments.
  • A Palliative Care Clinical Nurse Specialist, who provides symptom management, counselling and support and help with the transfer of patients to community palliative teams or hospices.
  • Dieticians, who provide specialist nutritional advice and support to patients undergoing cancer treatments (to find out more click here).
  • An inpatient physiotherapist, who is available to see day cases on request.
  • A Clinical Psychologist, who provides counselling.
  • A therapist, who offers reflexology and massage within the Cancer Treatment Suite and in inpatient rooms.
  • A hospital Chaplain, who is able to visit patients during the week and can offer Holy Communion to patients.