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Macmillan Information Hub


Main Atrium, Ground Floor, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, Great Western Road, GL1 3NN

Phone Public

0300 4228880



Referral Information for Service Users

The service offers support and information to anyone who has concerns about cancer, their relatives, friends and carers.
Help includes practical aspects of living with cancer from finance and benefits support to travel insurance. They can also help with information on health promotion, prevention and detection of cancer. The service can also put you in touch with other groups and organisations that we think will be able to help you, including the Macmillan benefits advice service, the Macmillan Next Steps programme, and local support groups.
To access the service either drop in (no appointment needed), give them a call, or email

Please see this Patient Information Leaflet.

Referral Information for Health Professional

The Hub will give your patients the chance to ask questions and talk through their concerns with specialist staff and trained volunteers, no mattPlease see the Patient Information Leafleter what stage of the cancer journey they're at. The centre will provide information and support on a wide variety of cancer types as well as financial, emotional, physical and practical support, like advice on diet or claiming benefits.

Please see this Health Professional Information Leaflet.

Opening Times Monday-Friday


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