Mount Vernon Cancer Centre Review

NHS organisations in the East of England and North London are working together to review services at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre and resolve concerns about the ageing estate, support facilities and patient pathways.
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How to get involved through focus groups

They are conducting a series of online focus groups to give you an opportunity to have your say on the review of MVCC, with forums being held for specific areas. Some local events have already taken place, but there are more events for people living in Hertfordshire on the following dates:

  • 26th February – Bishop’s Stortford and Hertford
  • 2nd March – Welwyn Garden City
  • 5th March – Stevenage
  • 11th March – St Albans and Hemel Hempstead
  • 15th March – Stevenage
  • 17th March – Bishop’s Stortford and Hertford
  • 18th March – Watford
  • 23rd March – St Albans and Hemel Hempstead

Other ways to get involved

If you don’t want to join a focus group, but would like to find out how the review is going and what is happening next, you can join an update webinar. These are being held throughout February and March.

All these events, and detailed information about the review, can be found on the Mount Vernon Cancer Services Review website

Bookings to attend events can also be made via this website, using the Eventbrite booking system.

All events are being hosted on the “Zoom” platform, but if you do not have access to the Internet, you can still take part in the engagement events by telephone. Please get in touch with the NHS England engagement team:

Kevin Roos – 07900 607507

You can also send any written feedback or comments to the following address:

MVCC Review, Direct Commissioning, NHS England,

Charter House, Parkway, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6JL

For Information:

The Mount Vernon Cancer Centre is run by East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust and delivered from a site in North London managed by the Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It is a standalone cancer centre and primarily serves a population of over 2 million people in Hertfordshire, south Bedfordshire, North West London and Berkshire. 

The Centre provides outpatient chemotherapy, nuclear medicine, brachytherapy and haematology as well as radiotherapy for these populations. There are also inpatient and ambulatory wards.

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