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Cancer Centre

Established in Dublin in 1986, the Cancer Centre has over 25 years of experience providing support and care from diagnosis, treatment and aftercare, to patients with cancer throughout Ireland. 

Over the years, the service has expanded and now includes a comprehensive Cancer Centre in Dublin, along with a Radiotherapy Centre in Limerick, located in the grounds of the Mid-Western Regional Hospital, Limerick.

Leading private cancer centre in Ireland

At the Cancer Centre, you will be cared for by a group of highly experienced consultants, each specialising in a particular area of cancer diagnosis and treatment. They are supported by an extended team of nursing and healthcare professionals all integrated within the one setting. 

We pride ourselves on ensuring all patients have access to the latest developments, technologies and specialist expertise. We are currently the only private hospital in the country offering High Dose Rate (HDR) brachytherapy treatment to prostate cancer patients in Ireland.

The key focus of the Cancer Centre is personalised patient care. The patient is at the forefront of everything we do.  We aim to support each of our patients both physically and emotionally, throughout their treatment journey with us. As part of our services offered at the Cancer Centre, we provide a professional Psychotherapy service to patients and their families, as well as a Survivorship Programme, helping patients to return to their normal routine following cancer treatment.

  • For every cancer patient, the journey to diagnosis is unique. For many, it starts with referrral to hospital by your GP and for others it happens through regular screening. 

    No matter what your journey, we encourage you to be an active participant in your care. Your first appointment at the Cancer Centre can often be very stressful and cause a lot of anxiety. You should never be afraid to ask us questions or for help and advice. If it makes you feel more comfortable, bring a member of your family along to support you.

  • If you are diagnosed with a cancer, you will be referred to an Oncologist for evaluation and treatment recommendations.  Your Oncologist will vary depending on the type of treatment you are receiving:

    Medical Oncologist - A doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating cancer using chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biological therapy, and targeted therapy.

    Surgical Oncologist - Surgical oncology is a specialty that focuses on the surgical treatment of a variety of tumors.

    Radiation Oncologist - Radiation oncology is a medical specialty that involves treating cancer with radiation. Doctors who specialize in treating cancer with radiation (Radiation Oncologists) use radiation therapy to treat a wide variety of cancers


  • We strive to make your care and treatment as comfortable as possible.

    Before Your Arrival

    Please ensure that you bring the following with you for your first appointment:

    • A list of your current medications
    • Your insurance/medical cover details, if relevant

    We recommend that you are accompanied by your next of kin or a friend.
    Unless advised otherwise by your doctor, you may drive to the centre for your treatment.

    On Arrival

    On arrival at the Centre please check in at reception. The Receptionist will advise your team of your arrival and you will be asked to take a seat in the waiting area. Tea/coffee facilities are available from a vending machine located in the reception area.

    Your First Visit

    On your first visit you will meet with a Doctor called a Consultant Radiation Oncologist and members of the team who will look after you. Your past medical history will be discussed, you will be examined and treatment options will be discussed with you.   

    Remember, our staff are always happy to talk to you about your condition and treatment. If you need more information, please do not hesitate to ask at any point before or during your treatment.

    Pre Treatment Scan

    Before you start your treatment, you may be asked to attend the centre for a scan. This scan will take approximately 30 minutes and will help your Consultant to devise a treatment plan for you. Any particular preparation required for this scan will be discussed with you at your initial consultation and confirmed when arranging your treatment dates.



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