Dedicated centre website
We have a comprehensive website which has been developed by staff and patients in the centre.
It is kindly funded by a local charity Art for Cure.
Please click HERE to access the site
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01473 715748.
Based in the north end of Ipswich Hospital – entrance 15 – Oncology department, Woolverstone wing – our services include:
A listening ear
We understand sometimes situations cannot be fixed, but just need someone who is prepared to listen. The centre staff and volunteers will be able to offer you that support.
Leaflets and books
We have many available for you to take away, either specific information about a particular type of cancer or a number of general support books. We also have information and leaflets about organisations, equipment and practical issues that may be useful.
We can make referrals to other departments within the hospital or outside the organisation. We can help point you in the right direction of people and places that might be able to provide you with some additional support.
We can help with a wide range of topics:
- newly-diagnosed patients
- blue badges for parking
- cancer support groups
- complementary therapy
- family support
- return to work
- healthy eating
- caring for someone with cancer
- physical activity
- teenage and young adults
- cancer care navigators
- children’s books
- self-management Courses
- support with hair loss
- support in the community
- caring for your pets
- special moments
- Macmillan publications
- palliative care
- end of life
- spirituality and chaplaincy
- body image
Ways you can help us
This helps us to improve and develop our services and ensure we are meeting patient and family members’ needs. We would appreciate it if you can let us know your thoughts on what we do well and what we could improve, including any ideas you have.
You could leave feedback in the centre or email the centre staff on – email@example.com or call us on 01473 715748.
We value the time and skills that people give to help the centre run. If you are interested, then please ask how you might be able to help. We ask that people need to be a minimum of two years post-treatment to do any face to face work with patients. However, we may have projects that people can help with whilst they are still having treatment or in the two years after.
We are also looking for people who would like to be creative and might like to join up with others to run occasional cake and craft tables to raise money for the centre.
We continue to ensure we meet your needs in the best way we can
For further information or to access any of our courses, workshops or classes please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01473 715748.
The centre is open Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm.
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