The Christie is one of Europe's leading cancer centres, treating over 44,000 patients a year. We have a history of over 100 years of leading cancer care.
We are based in Manchester and provide a networked service that serves a population of 3.2 million across Greater Manchester & Cheshire delivering care as close to the patients home as possible. As a national specialist centre around a quarter of our patients are referred to us from other parts of the country.
Acute Oncology refers to the management of the unexpected care needs of the patient with cancer, including emergency situations and the acutely unwell patient.
Christie Medical Physics and Engineering (CMPE) provides medical physics and engineering support to a wide range of NHS and other institutions within the Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Lancashire area.
We are a Christie based team who aim to support current in-patients with complex healthcare and nursing needs in relation to being discharged from hospital
As an integrated part of the rehabilitation unit we offer an award winning service which includes a range of Complementary Therapies, all free of charge, to patients and carers alike.
The Colorectal and Peritoneal Oncology Centre at The Christie has an international reputation for treating advanced and early colorectal cancer, appendix tumours, peritoneal tumours, anal cancer and tumours within the pelvis.
This page is for anyone with a personal or professional interest in lymphoma including patients who are newly diagnosed or who have already received treatment, their family, friends and health care providers.
The Manchester MSCC service based at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust provides a single point of contact for primary and secondary care.
Neuro-oncology is the management and treatment of tumours which occur in the brain and spinal cord (the Central Nervous System or CNS).
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust together with our partners, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust are working with the Department of Health to bring the UK's first high energy proton beam therapy service to Manchester.
The service provides psychiatric assessment and treatment, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and counselling to adult patients at The Christie with acute or chronic psychological problems.
The Pharmacy department is represented on a range of committees across the Trust.
Developments in radiotherapy allow us to target tumours with more accurate doses of radiation than ever before. Greater accuracy means that fewer healthy cells are damaged, which in turn means that stronger doses can be given, making treatment more effective and, sometimes, shorter.
The National and Regional Surgical Oncology Service at the Christie – Specialised, Safe, Effective, Multidisciplinary, Compliant and Innovative
Palliative care and symptom control support team helps patients and families live as actively as possible by providing high quality pain and symptom control as well as practical and psychological support.
The TYA service is for 16-24 year olds who are diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia at The Christie.
The genito urinary cancer group at The Christie is one of the most advanced urological cancer teams in the country.