The Cancer Centre is a comprehensive cancer care centre supporting all kinds of cancer patients including head and neck cancer, lung, colon, breast, cervix, prostate, stomach and others.
Our team of specialists and healthcare professionals practice a multidisciplinary approach to cancer management, offering patients myriad treatment options for surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and other therapies, that are carefully curated to help patients combat cancer and reduce pain and suffering.
Additionally, the centre is supported by our radiology department and nuclear medicine centre providing diagnostic scans – CT, MRI, PET/CT – and the use of other diagnostic tools to accurately diagnose and stage cancer, enabling personalised treatment plans.
Treatment planning differs for each individual even for the same cancer type. We always ensure that our treatments are not only personalised, but are also clinically recognised, researched and result-driven to enable patients to get back on their feet in as little time, cost, and discomfort as possible.
Other than treating cancer, we also want patients to continue living normally, with maximum participation in their family, work, social and personal lives.
Our supportive health services are steered by trained professionals to help patients regain control over their lives. This can be achieved by improving their bodily functions, reimagining their lifestyles and relieving their pain through various kinds of relevant care plans to make life more liveable.
The Cancer Centre team is made up of oncologists, medical physicists, radiotherapists, pathologists, radiologists, phatmacists and oncology nurses. Working alongside oncologists are surgeons and physicians from more than 25 other medical specialities, utilising high-tech radiotherapy machines available in the centre, along with surgical robotics, minimally invasive devices, imaging, screening, diagnostic systems and laboratory situated in-house.
Patients of the Centre also benefit from a spacious and calming chemo day ward while being they are supported by the allied healthcare teams including dietetics and nutritionists, home nursing, speech and hearing and rehabilitation therapy.
We know that fighting cancer puts a lot of burden on your body, heart and mind. That is why we want to make the road to getting better as comfortable, hassle-free and cost-effective for you as possible.
Our approach is holistic and compassionate, standing by the patients throughout their entire cancer journey, from diagnosis to full recovery. We aim to serve and provide care with more personalisation that encourages hope, comfort and the best possible outcomes.
Your First Choice For a Second Opinion
There is always time for more research to ensure that your diagnosis is accurate and the treatment plan given to you is the most likely to succeed.
This may include getting a second opinion from another clinician.
Why Does Second Opinion Matter?
You are unsure if your initial diagnosis is correct
You have doubts and wish to clear them
You wish to explore more treatment options
You wish to enjoy advanced medical technologies and equipment that are not available at your initial cancer centre
You wish to make a more informed choice when deciding for a treatment plan
Peace of mind and comfort while communicating with your cancer care team is important to you