The Department of Medical Oncology works with an aim to deliver the highest and advanced quality care to cancer patients through care and compassion.
The treatment is provided through a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach to the care of patients suffering from cancer. The department is dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and aftercare of cancer.
The services offered by the Department of Medical Oncology revolve around providing the best care to the patients with prescribed guidelines. The department understands the inconvenience and burden for the cancer patients and their family members. The aim of the department is to serve the patients with care and help the family members to deal with the situation.
The department of Medical Oncology offers diagnosis and treatment for solid tumours of breast, lung, colon, ovary etc. and haematological malignancies like lymphoma, leukaemia, and multiple myeloma etc affecting adults.
The disorders treated are:
- Leukemia; Lymphoma
- Tumours of brain and spinal cord
- Tumours of the lung
- Tumours of the gastrointestinal tract
- Tumours of the genitourinary tract
- Tumours of the gynaecological tract
- Tumours of reproductive organs
- Coagulation disorders
- Platelets disorders
The department provides state-of-the-art services in the management of cancer through the use of chemotherapy and allied drugs and is dedicated to bringing quality patient care in cancer treatment. The department works in multidisciplinary teams with a range of supportive care departments, including psychology, nutrition, occupational therapy, palliative care and physiotherapy. All chemotherapies are prescribed and managed by highly experienced Medical Oncologists, who are also well versed in managing their side effects.