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Founded in 2006, Parkway Cancer Centre (PCC) is one of the largest and leading private cancer centres in Singapore. The centre provides comprehensive cancer services from cancer screening, cancer diagnosis, cancer treatment to palliative care. The centre operates within three of the largest well-known private acute tertiary hospitals – Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital, all accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI).


Parkway Cancer Centre (PCC) provides personalised cancer care through specialised treatments delivered by a multi-disciplinary team. Ten medical oncologists, three radiation oncologists, three haematologists and one palliative medicine specialist, work closely with surgical oncologists, other medical and surgical specialists, radiologists, pathologists, oncology and palliative care nurses, allied health workers, counsellors, etc., to provide seamlessly co-ordinated cancer care under one roof.

Services include cancer screening, cancer diagnosis, and cancer treatment including:

  • Outpatient and inpatient chemotherapy (including cytotoxic drugs, targeted therapy, cancer immunotherapy and hormonal therapy)
  • High dose chemotherapy and stem cell rescue.
  • Radiation therapy (including the IMRT, IGRT, 3D conformal RT, stereo-static RT, radio-surgery, brachytherapy and implants

The centre operates within Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital  and Gleneagles Hospital, which are well known in the region. Together, they have more than 40 wards and more than 800 inpatient beds, which include two intensive care units of 45 beds, two major operating theatres with 24 operating rooms, and specialists of various medical and surgical disciplines. It has the latest radiological/imaging facilities including PET Scan, MRI and CT scan. The centre also has a palliative medicine clinic, dietician clinic and counselling service to support patients with cancer.


  • Medical oncology with subspecialty expertise in breast, lung, colorectal, upper gastrointestinal, hepato-biliary, pancreatic, gynaecological, urological, head and neck cancers
  • Haematology and haematological malignancy (lymphoma, leukaemia, myeloma)
  • Radiation oncology
  • Surgical oncology – breast surgery, head and neck surgery, orthopaedic surgery, thoracic surgery, colorectal surgery, general surgery, neurosurgery, gynaecological surgery, urological surgery and reconstructive surgery
  • Palliative medicine
  • Pain services
  • Psychiatry
  • Nutrition and dietary counselling services
  • Counselling services

Palliative and Supportive Care


The palliative care service is led by a full-time specialist in palliative medicine with three palliative care nurses. The team is supported by a team of trained counsellors who journey with the cancer patients from the time of diagnosis and undergoing cancer treatment.

The service works closely with oncology specialists and provides palliative care services to patients in the hospital ward, in the outpatient clinic and continues to see patients in their own home when he or she is too weak to travel tothe  hospital for follow up review. The service also links up with community-based hospice services.

Our palliative care services include cancer pain and symptom management, home and discharge planning, advance care planning and end-of-life care.

Last update: April 2020


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