Surgical Oncology

Surgery is an important component of treatment plan for some patients suffering from cancer. Surgery might help in relieving the symptoms of the patient as well as preventing the cancer from spreading to the other parts of the body. This would further help the patient in better treatment, enhanced survival chances, short recovery times, and minimal treatment side effects.

The Department of Surgical Oncology has a dedicated team of highly skilled surgeons with extensive experience in delivering comprehensive treatment of cancer. They perform a full range of cancer surgeries and reconstructive procedures with high precision and efficiency. Presence of latest equipments and technologies at BMCHRC ensures accurate diagnosis and world-class treatment.

Specialised Services

  • Head and Neck Oncology
  • Breast Oncology
  • Thoracic Oncology
  • Gastro-Intestinal Oncology
  • Genito Urinary Oncology
  • Gynec-Oncology
  • Bone and Soft Tissue Oncology
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Neuro Surgery
  • Rehabilitation and aftercare services including colostomy clinic & physiotherapy services

Care and Support facilities

BMCHRC provides various facilities and services. Besides professional care and support, hospital management is taking care of patients’ inner comfort as well. Facilities Offered at BMCHRC includes:

  • 1. Integrated Modular Operation Theatres
  • 2. Laser Cancer Surgery
  • 3. Endoscopy Facility
  • 4. Micro Laryngeal Surgery
  • 5. Laser Surgery
  • 6. Operation Theatres
    • 4 Modular OTs
    • 1 Neuro-Ortho OT
  • 7. 1 Endoscopy Theatre
  • 8. 15 Bedded Surgical I.C.U
  • 5. Laser Surgery
  • 6. Operation Theatres
    • 4 Modular OTs
    • 1 Neuro-Ortho OT
  • 7. 1 Endoscopy Theatre
  • 8. 14 Bedded Surgical I.C.U



Find right answers to all your queries

Can cancer be cured by surgery?

There are three main types of treatment modalities for treating cancer - Surgery, Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy. The primary purpose of cancer surgery is to cure your cancer by removing all of it from your body. Surgery plays an important role in the management of both early cancers as well as advanced cancers in combination with chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Do I need a biopsy to determine the tumour type before surgery?

Your oncologist will determine whether you need a biopsy before surgery or not, depending on the progression and symptoms of your condition. For more information, visit our experts. Book an appointment today.

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