GenesisCare’s Chelmsford centre in Essex uses advanced radiotherapy techniques to deliver external beam radiotherapy. All of our patients receive intensity modulated (IMRT) which is delivered using Volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT) and image guided (IGRT) radiotherapy daily, to treat a wide range of cancers.As well as other World-class technologies, we offer deep inspiration breath-hold (DIBH) radiotherapy for patients with breast cancer and stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) which is usually used to treat small primary cancers and metastases.
Services we provide
- Helen Rollason
As well as advanced cancer treatments, patients at the centre benefit from dedicated, free parking spaces, a free, door-to-door car service, free Wi-Fi access and timely, flexible appointments.
Springfield Cancer Centre works in close partnership with the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity. The charity can provide complimentary services to support our patients and their family before during and after their treatment with us.
Ramsay Health and GenesisCare also offer links to a variety of local charities and support groups including Macmillan, Brafternoon, CHAPs, and The Walnut Club.
Springfield Cancer Centre is located in a semi-rural location on the outskirts of Chelmsford.
Centre leader: Lee Martin
Getting to GenesisCare, Chelmsford
From the A12
Exit onto A130 Colchester Road Follow A130 onto White Hart Lane, then onto Chelmer Valley Road. At the roundabout (signposted Springfield Hospital) turn left onto Lawn Lane. Springfield Hospital is on the right.
From the M11
Exit onto A414 past Ongar. Entering Chelmsford at the Widford double roundabout, turn left and left again following signs to Widford Industrial Estate and Town Centre. On joining Parkway follow signs for Stansted A130/Sudbury A131 onto Chelmer Valley Road. Turn right at roundabout (signposted as Springfield Hospital) onto Lawn Lane. Springfield Hospital is on the right.
The nearest rail station is Chelmsford Railway Station, which is five minutes away by car.