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BHOC provides specialist non-surgical treatments for people with cancer, and for people who do not have cancer but require specialist radiotherapy or haematology services. The three main specialities are oncology, haematology, and palliative care.

We provide a range of specialist services and treatments including radiotherapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, brachytherapymolecular radiotherapy, stem cell (bone marrow) transplantation, and palliative care.

We are a specialist centre for patients with testicular cancer, sarcoma, haematological conditionshaemophiliasickle-cell and thalassaemia, and are the designated centre for teenage and young adult cancer services

We are the only Comprehensive Care Centre for Haemophilia in the South West. As well as being the cancer treatment centre for Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset, we provide specialist services to people from across the South West.

There are two wards in BHOC - Ward D603 (was ward 61) and D703 (was ward 62) - and BHOC day unit (D502), which is a combined oncology and haematology day unit that delivers a range of Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapies (SACT). There is a combined outpatients department which is based on Level 4 and 5. The radiotherapy treatment floor on Level 2 has five linacs (linear accelerators) and a brachytherapy theatre. The building houses an Molecular Radiotherapy Unit with 5 single-bedded rooms on an isolation corridor on Ward D603.

BHOC provides SACT services in the community at our satellite clinic at South Bristol Community Hospital, and Concord Medical Centre. Download our patient guide on chemotherapy in the community.

The clinical trials team ensure that patients have the opportunity to be involved in relevant studies, and provide information, support, treatment and follow-up as part of the Avon Somerset and Wiltshire Cancer Research Network (ASWCRN). Please see more information on the clinical trials service  here.