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The Hospital Support Service is a face to face support service in place to help address the needs of women, their partners and family members living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis. Providing personalised support, this service will allow you the time and space to ask questions and talk your situation through in a relaxed and confidential environment.
We're the UK's leading cervical cancer charity. Our vision is a future where cervical cancer is a thing of the past.
To see cervical cancer prevented and reduce the impact for everyone affected by cervical cell changes (abnormal cells) and cervical cancer through providing the highest quality information and support, and campaigning for excellence in cervical cancer treatment and prevention.
Our Hospital Support Service Co-ordinator is not a medical professional and, as such, is unable to administer or recommend any medical intervention, treatment or drugs.
Face to Face appointments available 3 days a week between Monday and Thursday at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.
Phone lines and e-mails are open for referral questions and confirmation of appointments:
We operate a compliments, suggestions and complaints system which allows you to bring to our attention any concerns or comments you may have about the service you receive from Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. Should you wish to make a suggestion or raise a concern or complaint, please contact us at [email protected] or call on 020 3096 8100.
At Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust we believe that everyone should have equal chances in life no matter what their ability, ethnicity, gender, religious beliefs, sexuality, circumstances or life experiences may be.
If you have any specific requirements in relation to your religion, culture or ethnicity, we will endeavour to meet those needs.
To ensure that you receive a high quality service, the Head of Support Services for Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust may request to attend an appointment with you however you are within your rights to decline without prejudice.
We operate a protection of vulnerable adults policy and our Hospital Support Service Co-ordinator has been DBS checked. Any accusations of abuse will be taken seriously. For a copy of our safeguarding vulnerable adults policy please email [email protected].
Anonymised service user information will be shared for research, evaluation and monitoring purposes.
By being referred to this service or completing a self-referral, you are confirming that you have read and agree to the above.
Call our free helpline now on 0808 802 8000.
Have a chat with our trained helpliners to get your questions answered. Get information on HPV, cervical screening, the HPV vaccine, cell changes (abnormal cells) or cervical cancer. No question is too big or too small.