Accessing this Service:
Patients are referred to Woodstock Hospital from the London Regional Cancer Program. For Chemotherapy Clinic after hours enquiries please contact CareChart@home to consult with a nurse at 1-866-681-3057. The helpline is manned by oncology nurses who can address questions you may have. It is available Monday to Friday from 4:00 pm-8:30 am and anytime on weekends and holidays.
- A COVID-19 swab is required before beginning your treatment. You will receive information about this when you meet with your oncologist.
- Due to COVID-19, patients need to park in the parking lot off of Juliana Drive and enter into the hospital using the main entrance.
- Patients and their support people will be screened for COVID-19 and required to wear a mask.
- Support people are being restricted at this time. If this is your first treatment or visit, a support person is encouraged. If you feel you need your support person for subsequent visits, please speak with one of the nursing staff.
Woodstock Hospital provides chemotherapy services closer to home for referred patients from Oxford County. The Chemotherapy/Infusion Clinic is a partnership with the London Regional Cancer Program (LRCP). Constant communication between Woodstock Hospital's satellite unit and LRCP ensures high quality treatment in a more relaxed and personal atmosphere.
Our Chemotherapy/Infusion Clinic can deliver most chemotherapy and immunotherapy in the management of solid tumours (ie breast, lung, colon, etc) and lymphomas. The clinic operates weekdays. Nursing staff are fully certified by the London Regional Cancer Program to administer chemotherapy and receive annual training from the de Souza Institute. Patients are also assessed by an on-site General Practitioner of Oncology prior to receiving treatment. Our clinic has 8 treatment chairs and 3 exam rooms. Our Chemotherapy/Infusion Clinic also supports the urologists in Woodstock by administering BCG bladder instillation treatments.