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Cancer Services

We specialise in the delivery and co-ordination of first class cancer services. 

We have two key roles to play.  First, we provide services directly to patients within the specialties of Clinical Haematology, Oncology and Endoscopy.  For each of these areas we have a lead clinician and a dedicated team of individuals from within the multi-disciplinary team (MDT) who support them.

Secondly we provide a co-ordination and monitoring function with regards to the latest advances in cancer therapies, in ensuring our services are evaluated appropriately and by providing support to the MDTs in other specialties who care for patients with cancer, including complementary therapies and cancer psychology.

We provide services in alliance with Leeds Hospitals and Harrogate.  We also manage the Cancer Care Centres at York and Scarborough hospitals, providing non medical support to patients, relatives and carers affected by cancer.

Meet the team

NameTitle Contact
Dr Mark QuinnClinical Director
Specialist Medicine
Secretary
01904 721024
Dr Joji JosephLead Clinician
Oncology
 
Dr Martin HowardLead Clinician
Haematology
 
Christine Norris Cancer Lead 01723 385159
Jane ArcherCancer Care Centre Manager 01904 726229
Claire Thompson
Cancer Care Centre Administrator

01904 721166

Michelle Kirkman
Cancer Care Centre Administrator
01904721166
Gill JacksonClinical Nurse Specialist, Haematology 01904 725815

We specialise in the delivery and coordination of first class cancer services.

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