To help you understand what this information means
These symbols represent some points that people have told us are important about cancer services. If the images are in green it means the hospital has performed well in this area.
Macmillan Information Centre
This symbol tells you this hospital has a cancer information and support service to help you understand about your cancer, your treatment, and living with cancer.
Patients given the name of the Clinical Nurse Specialist
This symbol tells you whether people with colon and rectal cancer who are treated at this hospital are usually given the name of a clinical nurse specialist in charge of their care.
Patients treated with dignity
This symbol tells you if most of the people with colon and rectal cancer who were asked about their experiences said they were treated with dignity and respect at this hospital.
For each hospital you’ll see a range of information about its treatment and services, and the quality of experience patients have said they’ve had.
Find out more about this pilot
Find out more about this online information tool and how to use it when choosing how to treat your cancer, and at which hospital.
Find out more about this online tool, how we chose the data, how you might use the data and how you can help us improve the tool.
Macmillan has worked with the National Cancer Intelligence Network and NHS Choices to develop this tool, using a range of data.
Read about the ways used to treat colon and rectal cancer, when and how they are used and possible side effects.
Before you can make a decision about your treatment, you need to feel you have enough information. You may find these questions helpful to ask.
Meet other people who are affected by colon or rectal cancer.