On the ground floor of Peterborough City Hospital in the Oncology and Haematology Department you will find the Macmillan Support and Information Centre. If you are coming via the hospital’s main entrance, then follow the signs to the Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Centre and the Haematology/ Oncology unit. Our experienced team of staff and trained volunteers are here to provide the information, practical advice and emotional support that is right for you. We offer a welcoming and informal space because we want you and those close to you to feel listened to, cared for and informed. Whether you’re a patient, family member, friend or carer, we’re here for you at any stage of your experience with cancer. We provide a confidential, informal and non-clinical environment for people to drop in and access a wide range of quality and accurate cancer information which complements information given by health professionals. We are part of the North West Anglia Foundation Trust’s Cancer Wellbeing Service and can talk to you about the range of individual and group support sessions that are available from here and help you to access these.
- Cancer information materials
- Look Good, Feel Better
Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm. If you are travelling to visit the Centre, we ask you to call us beforehand to check that we will be there. or alternatively you can drop in to see us at the Cancer Wellbeing Service, which is nearby on the hospital site.
Find out more:
- Cindy Cottis and Graham Ball on 01733 673118