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Specialist cancer care

We help to give patients the independence to carry on their lives whilst undergoing treatment by providing care at a place that’s comfortable and convenient to them. Whether that's at home or in their local community at one of our healthcare centres.

Our dedicated and highly trained oncology nurse team work to hospital approved protocols and robust evidence based clinical practice, we provide everything the patient needs: IV and oral systemic anti-cancer treatments, supportive medications, ancillary products, equipment and our on call service is operated by our clinical contact team.

We work with medical insurers, consultants and self-funding patients and we know how complex this specialist area of treatment can be. That’s why our specialist nurses are focused on supporting just oncology patients. They’re experts in their field.

Delivering specialist oncology treatment outside of hospital and closer to home

Our nationwide network of specialist trained oncology nurses mean we can provide vital care to patients outside of hospitals and within the community.

Working together we can help care, and give patients greater choice during their journey with cancer.
We provide high quality oncology services to the NHS and patients.


Our Clinical Homecare service includes a team of highly-trained oncology nurses, who can administer treatment to cancer patients in the comfort of their own home.

92% of patients said they are "extremely likely" or "likely" to recommend LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare.
Healthcare centres

We provide pharmacy dispensing and nurse-led services, enabling patients to receive treatment in the stress-free surroundings of our purpose-built healthcare centres, mobile units or 1,200 network of LloydsPharmacy branches.

96% of our patients are seen within 10 minutes of arrival. We make sure the patient’s experience is as positive as possible.

We want to help.
And we’re ready to do just that.

LloydsPharmacy has been providing care for patients with complex conditions at home and in the community since 1975.

We want to work together with you to clear the cancer backlog, improve treatment and care, and give patients greater choice during their journey with cancer.

We provide high quality oncology services to both the NHS and patients that help to:

  • Release the pressure on over-burdened clinical and pharmacy teams achieve Long Term Plan ambitions
  • Help patients receive the care and treatment they so desperately need, closer to home

What our patients say about us

Homecare patients

"Homecare has made a massive difference to my life"

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Healthcare centre patients

"I couldn’t recommend the service enough"

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Meet the Team

James Clark,
Head of Oncology

James joined 4 years ago having previously practiced as an oncology pharmacist within the NHS where he worked at The Christie. As Head of Oncology, James ensures we are operationally set up in a way that will improve service for patients. James wants to make sure that we are supporting the NHS and private patients as their trusted healthcare partner of choice for Oncology care.

Helen Bagley,
Account Manager, Healthcare Centers, PMI Oncology and IV Therapies

Helen is an oncology nurse by background having worked in the hospital and private setting in the UK and abroad. Helen has worked in private homecare for 13 years, initially as a chemotherapy nurse treating patients at home, then as a nurse team manager. Helen is the account manager for oncology and healthcare centres. Although Helen does not directly treat patients anymore, she remains passionate about oncology and our patients.

Kellymarie Beckford,
Clinical Operations Manager Oncology

Kellymarie joined 3 years ago as an oncology field nurse. With 10 years previous experience working at St Bartholomew’s Hospital as a specialised oncology and stem cell transplant nurse. Kellymarie has since been promoted to Nursing Services Manager and more recently, clinical operations manager. With the driving force and compassion for optimal cancer care, Kellymarie reviews and improves our current processes to ensure we continue providing the best possible experience for our customers and patients.

Natalie Bingham,
Lead Cancer Nurse

Natalie started her career in Oncology while working in the NHS. After joining LPCH in 2017 as a member of the Oncology homecare nursing team she played a key part in the management, development and implementation of the first UK Healthcare centre which is a partnership with an NHS Hospital, providing oncology treatments, closer to home in a static location. This service has since been recognised receiving the prestigious HSJ Award Partnership award for clinical service redesign. Since then, Natalie has become the Lead Cancer Nurse at LPCH where she supports the operational, clinical and commercial teams with delivering the oncology business strategy.

Jessica Surtees,
Oncology Account Executive

Jessica has been with LPCH for the past 2.5 years. Originally in the scheduling team, where she first found her passion for working within the oncology sector. Jessica previously worked at a private hospital where she worked closely with consultants arranging their patient’s treatment. As an Oncology Account Executive, you can expect Jessica to liaise with consultants, patients, healthcare centres and private medical insurers, providing our customers with the response they need.

Rhiannon Skilton,
Oncology Transformation Programme Manager

Rhiannon has been a part of the organisation since 2018, initially within the LloydsPharmacy Healthcare Centre Team. In November 2021. Rhiannon moved across to the Oncology Business Unit as the Transformation Programme Manager and enjoys working as part of a passionate team that improves systems, services and support for cancer patients through powerful NHS and private partnerships.

Jade Mickelsen,
Nursing Services Manager

Jade has worked for the company for 3 years and through promotion and merit Jade now manages a team of 8 specialist oncology nurses which includes a senior homecare nurse and healthcare assistant. The team has vast knowledge in cancer care from all over the world. The experience and knowledge combined, provides patients with excellent standards of care. “Our motor is to advocate for our patients, strive for excellence with the patient always being the end goal and priority of every working day”.

Julie-Margaret Crowley,
Nursing Services Manager

Julie has been with LPCH for over 12 years majority of this time has been as an Nursing Services Manager. Julie is passionate about her role, and finds being part of such a large healthcare company very rewarding. Day-to-day Julie supports her team of 10 specialised nurses and 1 health care assistant with over 100 years of nursing experience between them. “We work hard as team and always have our patients at the fore front of our minds. Our mission statement is “Our patients always come first”.

Kylie Dixon,
Nursing Services Manager

Kylie manages the South West Oncology Team. With almost ten years’ experience in Oncology/Haematology. Kylie enjoys being part of LPCH and delivering care to people in their own homes and on the Mobile Units. Kylies team of 8 nurses are all situated in the South and cover both Surrey and Velindre Mobile Units, and our Private Patients in their own homes.

Hollie Murphy,
Practice Development Nurse

Hollie is the Oncology Practice Development Nurse here at LPCH, following 6 years’ at an NHS specialist cancer hospital in Sheffield. Training and Education is a passion for Hollie to help develop and nurture nurses to become the best versions of themselves, not only as professionals but personally whilst also ensuring that high quality care is being delivered to our patients.