Coronavirus update: Dimbleby cancer care service
We are still running services at Guy's Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup.
We are accepting referrals for information and advice, psychological support and benefits advice. Appointments are by telephone or video call where possible.
The complementary therapy service are only accepting new referrals for:
- one-to-one outpatient video consultations/self-care sessions
- the aroma stick service
- daily live online relaxation sessions.
A drop-in information service is available for patients attending for treatment. The information nurses are providing a telephone service and you can email them. You can phone 020 7188 5918 to check their availability.
Dimbleby Cancer Care service
Dimbleby Cancer Care is a support and information service for patients and their carers from south east London and west Kent.
Our staff work with clinical teams to make sure you have all the information and support you need during your treatment.
Drop-in information centre at Guy's Cancer Centre
Dimbleby Macmillan Support Centre at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup
Dimbleby Macmillan Support Centre
Guy's Cancer at Queen Mary's Hospital
The information nurses will be available 2 to 3 days a week at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup. Please ask reception if you would like to speak with one of the team. They can let you know when someone will next be available. You can also call or email to arrange an appointment.
A cancer diagnosis can be difficult for the person, their family and friends. Finding the right information or the right person to talk to can make it that bit easier.
We also offer the following support:
- information and support service
- emotional and psychological support
- complementary therapies such as aromatherapy and reflexology
- welfare benefits advice service
- support groups
For more information, visit the personalised cancer care and support page.
Dimbleby Cancer Care video