- Daily – 2pm to 4pm
- Daily – 6.30pm to 8pm
The Georgina Unit Day Case
The day case is a modern, fully equipped clinical area where systemic anti-cancer therapies (SACT) are given.
Face to face counselling will be offered prior to your first chemotherapy treatment, where you will receive information about your upcoming treatment and you will be able to ask questions and raise any concerns.
The Day Case Unit comprises of 12 treatment chairs, two triage spaces and an assessment chair.
We offer free drinks for patients and relatives in the waiting room and regular drinks and sandwiches are offered within the unit.
There is a custom built POD where our patients can use the dedicated phlebotomist each morning.
It is also a dedicated waiting room for patients attending for clinic.
We provide a home chemotherapy service for haematology patients who meet the specified criteria.
Antonia Ashmore is the Lead Nurse for Home Chemotherapy.
There is a 24 hour dedicated telephone triage service, you will be triaged by a chemotherapy trained nurse who will liaise with medical team and decide the best treatment plan for you. This could include attending the unit to be reviewed or be advised to attend one of our assessment areas throughout the hospital.
C4 Georgina Ward
The ward consists of 22 inpatient beds for oncology, haematology and rheumatology patients, six of which are custom built isolation rooms.
There is also a private relatives room with overnight facilities available.
What to bring in:
- Comfortable day wear
- Night wear
- Current medications
Any electronics will need to be PAT tested. If electronics are being used please bring earphones to be used with them.
What not to bring:
- Smoking equipment/ vaping equipment (we are a no smoking trust)
- Over the counter medications
- Valuable items/ large quantities of money (you will be asked to sign a disclaimer)
You will be allocated one small locker, so please don’t bring too many personal belongings as you will not be able to store them.