Macmillan Cancer Support and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust are working together to bring you the Macmillan Information and Support Service at Nottingham City Hospital and Queen's Medical Centre. Our team of friendly Macmillan Professionals are here to help you. Whether you're living with cancer, or are a relative, friend or carer of someone who is, we are here for you. We provide one-to-one emotional, practical and financial support and information at any stage of your cancer journey. We also offer support to health and social care professionals working in cancer care. We offer free, confidential support and advice to anyone that needs it, in a safe and comfortable space, including: •Information and support on all aspects of living with cancer, including treatment, side effects and recovery • Emotional support as often as you need - no referral or appointment required • Advice on benefits • Help with benefit and grant applications • Information about money worries, including housing, pensions and insurance • Advice about work • Bereavement support • Cancer information materials • Cancer information materials in other languages • Provision for deaf/hard of hearing • Provision for learning difficulties • Provision for visually impaired • Spoken interpretation service • Support from Health Professionals • Access to local services like support groups, counselling services and exercise programmes The Macmillan Information and Support Service is a drop-in service, no appointment is required. Just drop into one of our Information Centres, Call, Text or Email us. If you are making a special journey to visit one of our Information Centres, we advise calling ahead as opening hours can occasionally vary. Please note that COVID safety measure are still in place at Queen’s Medical Centre, within cancer services. We ask you to maintain a social distance of 2 metres and to wear a facemask unless medically exempt.
Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm
Find out more:
- Telephone on 0115 9709933 Text 07812277944