Depending on the type of treatment you need you will likely be treated at RNOH, UCLH or both. Oncology treatment takes place at UCLH (chemotherapy and radiotherapy) and most surgery takes place at RNOH. At both UCLH and RNOH, we look after sarcoma patients of all ages.


At UCLH we have a paediatric oncology ward (ward T11) for children up to 12 years, an eighteen-bed Teenage Cancer Trust Unit (ward T12) for 13-19 year olds, and two oncology wards (T14 and T16) for adult patients.

Out-patient chemotherapy is given at UCLH in paediatric, adolescent, and adult Day Care Units at the UCLH Macmillan Cancer Centre. The Macmillan Cancer Centre provides clinic, chemotherapy, and imaging services for cancer patients. Patients and carers can also use the roof garden and are very welcome to use the Macmillan Support and Information Service at any stage of their cancer journey.

Private and overseas patients are treated on the private patient unit HCA Healthcare UK at UCLH (ward T15), which includes a dedicated Young Person's Unit.


At RNOH there are both paediatric and adult surgical wards.