The Queen’s Centre is located at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham. The centre is a state of the art facility that is primarily for cancer patients from across the region. It is also home to services such as Immunology and Allergy, Rehabilitation, Haemophilia and Lymphoedema.
- As well as serving the local community, the centre has a catchment population of approximately 1.2 million people in a largely rural environment, with some patients travelling up to 80 miles to visit the site for appointments with clinicians. The centre also accepts referrals from any part of the country.
- The Queen’s Centre is a contemporary building which accepted its first patients in August 2008 and was officially opened in March 2009 by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.