1 To provide excellent oncology health care to the public in all ramifications
2 To Provide quality teaching and academic training, at undergraduate and postgraduate level to all stakeholders in cancer care.
3 To participate and continually develop a research programme, that will advance the field of Science and Oncology worldwide.
4 To establish and promote multidisciplanary team work in cancer Management at all level.
Radiotherapy & Clinical Oncology Department is made up of the following specialties.
1 Clinical & Radiation Oncologist
2 Radiation Oncologist
3 Nuclear Medicine (Physcician): RESIDENTS
4 Therapeutic Radiographers
5 Medical Physicists
6 Biomedical Engineers
7 Oncology Nurses
8 Paramedical Group
9 Oncology Pharmacist
10 Administrative Staff
11 Other Supportive Staff like Social Worker, Nutritionist are not Resident under the department.
The department is equipped with:
Computerized treatment planning system
Brachytherapy is an ongoing project
These facilities are backed up with uninterrrupted power supply.
The departmental Clinical meeting hold every Wednesday at 10:00am. It consists of consultant serminar, postgraduate seminar, Journal review, Clinical clerkship, case review, Drug presentation and interdisciplinary team workshop. the department is involve in training of medical students and residents from other departments who are on clinical posting. the department collaborate with other specialties in hospital and University to carry out research work for the advancement of society and academics.