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Cancer Support Services in Primary Care

We know that it can be a daunting and worrying time when you get a diagnosis of cancer. We want you and your family members to know that there is help and support for you outside of the hospital setting. So whether it is worries about money and work, or just about how you are feeling, there are avenues for support available to you. The links below show some of the various options available.


Overview - Community Cancer Centre Hillingdon - NHS (

Phone: 01895 461016


Cancer Information Centre - The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (

We offer people affected by cancer access to good quality information and support. You may have cancer yourself, care for a friend or relative, work as a healthcare professional or simply want to know more about cancer.

The centre is staffed by Macmillan Information Specialists who are supported by trained volunteers.

Some of the free information and support we offer includes:

·         Confidential one-to-one support

·         Arranging complementary therapies

·         Information on diet and nutrition

·         Information on keeping fit during and after treatment

·         Benefits advice

·         Guided internet access

Opening times: Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm

The Cancer Information Centre is on the first floor Hillingdon Hospital Outpatients Department.

We are here on the above days and times to help patients, family and carers with any issues they have. You can drop in or phone to arrange an appointment on 01895 279169.


Welcome - Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre (

The Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre is located at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in Northwood, Middlesex. A range of services are available at the centre to help people affected by cancer.

At the heart of our services is the drop-in centre, open to everyone – patients and those who care for them.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 9.30am-4.30pm

The telephone helpline is staffed during these times: 020 3826 2555

In order to maintain social distancing, we may have to limit the number of people in the centre at one time.


Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service at Hillingdon - Macmillan Cancer - Macmillan Cancer Support

The Macmillan Information and Support centre at the Hillingdon Hospital provides a wide range of emotional and practical advice for people living with cancer, their families, friends and carers. We offer guidance on complementary therapies, wig services and local counselling support. We also can advise on welfare and benefits and refer you to our local benefits advisors if necessary. We have a Cancer Rehab programme which includes how to stay fit and active after a diagnosis of cancer. We can also provide information on diet and nutrition. We are based at the Hillingdon Hospital near the Outpatient Department (nearest entrance is Outpatients and A&E).

We offer:

Cancer information materials



Benefits Advice

Other services

Opening times:

Monday- Friday, 10am - 3pm (opening times may vary, please phone ahead of visiting).

Find out more:

Susan Grace and Fiona Hussey on 01895 279169


Local support groups - Macmillan Cancer Support

Local groups are for anyone affected by cancer. You can share as little or as much as you like. You do not have to talk about anything you do not want do. Some people find it takes a few visits before they feel comfortable sharing.

Meetings sometimes include activities, a social event or a talk from a guest speaker. Most groups are free. Some may charge for tea and biscuits or welcome donations for the complementary therapies or counselling they offer.


Cancer Support UK: Supporting People with Cancer, During and After Treatment

We provide practical and emotional support to people with cancer, during and after the treatment period.

We support people with all kinds of cancer across the UK. Our services are designed and delivered by people who have experienced cancer themselves – to improve the experience of others.


Care and support through terminal illness | Marie Curie


Care and support at the end of life. We believe everyone should get to lead the best life they can, right to the end.




You can always get in touch with our care navigators at the surgery (previously known as receptionists). They maybe be able to guide you to the right place or person and if they think you need to speak to one of our social link workers/social prescribers, or one of our nurses they can arrange this too.

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