Hospitals & Services
The Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haematology Service covers the needs of patients from the Canterbury District Health Board, Nelson/Marlborough, South Canterbury and the West Coast Districts, including:
Medical Oncology - the treatment of cancer with drugs
Radiation Oncology - the treatment of cancer with radiation therapy
Haematology - diagnosing and treating both non-malignant and malignant diseases of the blood and bone marrow.
Palliative Care to support and care to people and their families who are dealing with life threatening illness.
The Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haematology Service at Christchurch Hospital is situated on the corner of Christchurch's beautiful Hagley Park. For more information see our Location page
To contact the Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haematology Service by phone dial (03) 364 0020 then follow the prompts. For more information see our Contact us page
You can email us: email@example.com.
Please remember that the CDHB grounds are SMOKE FREE.
Information and help to stop smoking is available through our department or visit Quitline.
Medical Oncology is the cancer treatment speciality which involves the use of anti-cancer drugs.
Radiation Oncology is a specialised field of medicine that is primarily devoted to the treatment of cancer using radiation. It...
Palliative care is a holistic approach to the care of people with progressive incurable disease, that aims to prevent and...
Once your referral to the Oncology Department has been received you will be sent a letter with an appointment to see one of the...
Ward 27 is Christchurch Hospital's Oncology inpatient ward. It has 25 beds and provides specialist care for both medical and...
The Canterbury Regional Cancer and Blood Service is involved in many large international clinical trials and you may be asked...
A wide variety of health care professionals who provide practical help and support as well as information resources to patients...
Patients are referred to see an oncologist or haemotologist once they have recieved a diagnosis of cancer.
The referral is made...
Get reliable information relating to your treatment at the Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haematology Service. Many people may...
You can make a donation to one of several funds that support the staff and patients of the Canterbury Regional Cancer and...
The Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haemotology Service employs radiation therapits, oncologists and oncology nurses, and...
Where to find the Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haemotology Service, and how to get there.
How to contact or give feedback on the Canterbury Regional Cancer and Haemotology Service.
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