Exeter Oncology Centre
The Exeter Oncology Centre is home to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford)'s oncology outpatient clinics and our radiotherapy department.
The centre works closely with the hospital's day case chemotherapy department, haematology services and Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford)'s dedicated oncology ward.
Our team of Medical and Clinical Oncologists, responsible for prescribing chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments, are based at the centre.
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Exeter Oncology Centre is home to many high-tech scanning equipment and machines, used to deliver our radiotherapy service.
Radiotherapy is a treatment that uses high energy radiation to treat both cancerous and non-cancerous conditions.
Here at the centre, we have close links to F.O.R.C.E. (Friends of the Oncology and Radiotherapy Centre in Exeter). This is a local charity which provides extensive physical, psychological and practical support services for our patients, as well as supporting innovation in clinical services.
For more information please visit our Cancer services pages.
Please visit our COVID-19 pages for the latest visitor guidance.
The Exeter Oncology Centre is located at Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford) - the centre’s address and postcode is:
Exeter Oncology Centre
Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford)
The centre can be found in Area A on Level 1 of the hospital.
Park and Ride
There is a Park and Ride bus service from the Sowton Park and Ride site (EX2 5GL), which is situated just off the M5 (Junction 30) to the east of the city. See the map below.
The buses go directly to the Wonford site, stopping at the Peninsula Medical School (RILD) and the Hospital's main entrance. The buses also stop at the Digby Park and Ride site, which is for staff only.
The Park and Ride is one of the most cost-effective forms of transport, with an adult return costing £2 (£1.50 single) and a child return costing £1 (80p single).
A return ticket is only £1.50 for all English National Concessionary Travel Scheme (ENCTS) pass holders.
The hospital is easily accessible using public transport and other sustainable means of travel.
We are well served by local bus routes, from across Devon. A number of services stop at the hospital, whereas others require a connection with a local bus route from Exeter City Centre.
Both the main Exeter train stations, St Davids and Exeter Central, are around three miles from the hospital and are served by buses that travel directly to our site.
For help planning your journey and the latest timetables please visit the websites below:
The hospital site is around one and a half miles from Exeter City centre and takes approximately 30 minutes on foot.
Bike paths run throughout Exeter and the hospital site is easily accessible by bike. Bike parking is available across the site, particularly outside the main hospital entrance.
Car parking on site is limited, with a number of paid car parks, which are highlighted on the map of our car parks. We encourage visitors to use public transport and other sustainable means of travel whenever possible (see the sections above for details).
Under section 7 of the Health and Medicines Act 1988 Hospitals were permitted and encouraged to introduce Income Generation schemes, to fund their services.
Our patient and visitor car parks are now controlled by Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras (ANPR), which will capture vehicle registrations on entry. Users simply enter their registration at the car park terminal when they return to their cars at the end of their hospital visit, and pay for the time used. Payment can be made with cash, card or contactless, or via mobile phone app. Please note the payment machines do not give change.
Car registrations are recorded only for the purposes of car park charging, and are used in compliance with Data Protection laws.
Car parking charges
- Up to 1 Hour: £1.50
- Up to 2 Hours: £2.50
- Up to 3 Hours: £3.50
- Up to 4 Hours: £4.50
- Up to 5 Hours: £5.50
- Up to 6 Hours: £6.50
- Up to 7 Hours: £7.50
- 7-24 Hours: £12.50
Weekly tickets are available from the General Office, Main Entrance for patients/visitors £26.00
These charges are in operation 24/7
Entitled to free parking?
If you are currently entitled to free parking at the hospital, this will continue to be the case.
Blue Badge Holders: Simply take your Blue Badge to a reception desk on entering the hospital, and your vehicle registration will be registered for free parking. You will not need to do anything further on leaving the car park.
Volunteer drivers: Will be able to register for a 12 month permit via the staff Parking Portal, but in the meantime, you can just check your vehicle registration number in at a reception desk.
Carers and parents with children in hospital overnight: Register your vehicle at reception or at Bramble ward
Patients visiting on a regular basis for treatment i.e. Oncology, Haematology, Renal and Diabetes departments: When you attend your department reception as normal, please give the reception staff your vehicle registration number and vehicle details and they will add your vehicle to the exemption list.
Visitors to our centre are in easy reach of the main Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford) facilities, including a restaurant, coffee bar and cafés.
For general enquiries, please call our main hospital switchboard on 01392 411611, available 24 hours a day.