Your care team

Every member of Icon’s multidisciplinary team are here to help you.

We're here for you, every step of the way

Every member of Icon’s multidisciplinary team are here to help you.

Here are some of the people you may meet and the role they have in your care.

Medical oncologists

Doctors who specialise in diagnosing and treating cancer with the use of chemotherapy drugs, immunotherapy and hormone therapies. They develop and continually review the chemotherapy treatment plan and in most cases, lead and manage the overall care.


Doctors who specialise in treating blood disorders and cancers affecting the blood (e.g. leukaemia) or blood forming organs such as the bone marrow.

Radiation oncologists

Specialist doctors who prescribe radiation therapy treatments for all types of cancer and oversee the management of care for patients.

Radiation therapists

Team members who are responsible for the planning and delivery of your daily radiation therapy treatments.

Oncology nurses

Nurses who support your overall wellbeing throughout your treatment, including administering your chemotherapy, monitoring your symptoms and managing any side effects. They can answer any questions you may have and provide additional sources of information.


Team members who are committed to supporting your care. Pharmacists work with you, alongside your doctor and nursing team, to make sure the treatment you receive is optimal and safe and answer any questions about your medications.

Medical physicists

Physicists play an important role in quality assurance to ensure our radiation treatment machines are maintained according to regulatory standards and that our working environment abides by radiation safety policies.

Nuclear Medicine Physicians

Doctors who specialise in using radioactive materials to diagnose and treat diseases such as cancer.

Medical receptionist and administration team members

Team members who are on hand to answer any questions you may have relating to your appointment bookings, transport and accommodation requirements, and billing enquiries.


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