Elstree centre for world-class cancer treatment
At our Elstree outpatient cancer centre, we specialise in advanced radiotherapy treatment. Our highly experienced team is here to change the way people experience cancer care.
People come to GenesisCare cancer centre in Elstree from all over Hertfordshire and beyond for the latest radiotherapy treatments, and our expert medical teams, including consultants practicing at local and nationally recognised hospitals. We support our patients with specialist well-being consultants to support their journey.
We’re open and continuing to treat cancer without delay. Additional measures are in place at our centre to ensure your safety during your visit.
Why choose GenesisCare in Elstree?
- Advanced cancer care as standard – with cutting-edge treatments, we offer some of the UK’s most advanced cancer therapies
- Fast and easy access – no waiting lists means treatment can start five days from referral or even the same day. You can self-pay or use insurance, and we can help guide you through the process
- Expert doctors – our team comprises some of the most experienced clinicians in their field who are proud to support you through your personal cancer journey
- Personalised care – your complete care plan is designed to support you physically and emotionally, including exercise medicine and wellbeing therapies in partnership with Penny Brohn UK
Thank you for giving each of your patients such special treatment! Your help has been greatly appreciated
What we offer
We invest in the latest technologies so we can offer many of the most up-to-date types of radiotherapy for all adult cancer types. Your treatment will be personalised to you, and we use special techniques that can reduce side effects.
We have partnered with the charity Penny Brohn UK to provide a unique and evidence-informed approach to supporting your emotional and physical wellbeing during your cancer treatment and beyond. Our on-site Penny Brohn wellbeing consultant is available to you throughout your time as one of our patients.
Our patient stories
If you want to learn more about what our patients say about us, the care they received and their advice to others, you can find articles and videos from some of our patients covering their experiences on our stories page.
How was your experience with us?
If you’ve been a patient with us at GenesisCare in Elstree, whether for a consultation, test, scan or treatment, we’d like to hear from you. We strive to provide all of our patients with world-class treatment, and your feedback is extremely important to help us do that.
You can quickly and easily leave us a review here.
We’re easy to get to. From the north, exit the M25 at junction 23 onto the A1 and follow signs towards the A411.
From the west, exit the M25 at junction 19 onto the A41 and follow signs to Elstree.
From the M1, exit at junction 5 onto the A41 and follow signs to Elstree.
There is plenty of free on-site parking.
Difficulty getting to us?
When required, we’ll help our patients with transport depending on treatment and locations. Please enquire for more details.
Our patient administration team will call you to confirm your appointment details with you and answer any questions you may have.
Your care team will let you know if there’s anything you need to do to prepare for your appointment, for example if you need to avoid eating before or what to bring with you.
Our centre is located on Centennial Park, Elstree. There is ample, dedicated parking outside at the centre. When you come in, you will see that we share a reception with our partners, Spire Bushey, who run the chemotherapy service on the upper floor of the building.
One of our receptionists will check you in and show you our comfortable waiting room before your appointment. We have free tea and coffee facilities for all visitors. Just let us know if there’s anything else you need.
At your first consultation, your doctor will discuss what to expect during any tests, scans or treatments you need. They’ll ask you to complete a consent form before any procedures or treatment. Some procedures may be completed by our partner hospitals. This is a standard requirement and helps make sure you understand exactly what to expect. If you’re unsure of anything, please just ask. Your consultant will take the time to explain and provide additional resources for you if needed.
You can also ask your care team questions at any time if you have any queries or need advice. They’re here to help you throughout your treatment and beyond.
Your care team will give you plenty of advice about what to expect following your appointment. We have plenty of resources such as brochures and webpages to help you, from what’ll happen during your treatment sessions to nutritional advice to help manage symptoms.
You’ll be given advice about aftercare, what to do once you’re home and any potential side effects and how to manage them. We’ll arrange follow-ups with you to check how you’re doing and that the treatment is working as expected.
Miss Harleen Deol
MBBS, MRCS, MSc, DiplC, FRCS (Gen Sur)
Consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon
Mr Neil Johns
Intercollegiate FRCS Doctor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) BSc with Honors
Consultant Oncoplastic & Reconstructive Breast Surgeon QE2 Hospital, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
Dr Stephen Karp
BSc (Hons), LRCP, MRCS, MBBS (Hons), FRCP, FRCR, FRAS
Dr Ketan Shah
BM, BCh, MA (Cantab), BMChB (Oxon), MRCP, PGDip Oncology, FRCR, DPhil Radiobiology (Oxon)