A major part of the holistic approach of the new Cancer Centre will be a dedicated and innovative patient wellbeing, information and support hub. This significant and unique resource will be designed with patients, families and carers in mind to provide them with the support they need at every step of their cancer journey.  The hub will be fully integrated and situated at the heart of the new Cancer Centre, creating a friendly and welcoming environment for visitors to access information, emotional support and practical help and advice when they need it most.

×The wellbeing, information and support hub is not part of The Forever Friends Appeal’s fundraising and will be funded by a partner organisation. Full details of this collaboration and the new patient support facilities will be announced in February 2019.

This hub will provide a space (over three floors of the building) for people affected by cancer where they feel comfortable to explore tough questions and difficult emotions that can range from anxiety, to loneliness and isolation. Patients, carers and families will be able to access quality information, advice and support on all aspects of living with and beyond cancer, thus helping them to improve their quality of life.

More details will be announced February 2019

 


Find out more about the RUH Cancer Centre

Find out about our vision for the Cancer Centre and how it will hope it will become of model for other NHS Hospitals.

Find out how the building will be designed around the patient journey, from the front door through to the exit.

The new Cancer Centre will be prominently located on the site of what is currently the 1940’s ‘RUH North and is part of a complex redevelopment.

The initial outline designs from international healthcare architects Nightingale Associates will provide a quality patient environment.

This page explains the facilities that will be found in the new Cancer Centre, from the stunning atrium to patient support centre.

Find out about the plans for a unique support hub where patients can access support and advice away from the clinical areas.