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St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Network

The St. Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network (SLRON) provides the largest radiation oncology service in Ireland across three centres in St. Luke’s Hospital, Rathgar and on the campuses of St. James’s Hospital and Beaumont Hospital.

SLRON is dedicated to excellence in patient care, research and education with patients and their families at the centre of everything the service provides. SLRON is committed to providing the most modern radiation oncology service possible.

Modern radiation oncology service

Investments in technology over the last six years have allowed the service to provide access for patients to all forms of modern radiotherapy treatment, including a number of services not previously available within the HSE (such as stereotactic radiotherapy) or in the Republic. In line with the National Plan for Radiation Oncology, SLRON is committed to ongoing development of the service to ensure sufficient capacity for the greater Dublin region.

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“SLRON as one of the largest radiation oncology centres in Europe provides a modern sophisticated cancer service for our patients. SLRON is committed to delivering excellent clinical care through patient centred services and supporting innovation for the benefit of our patients and staff.  We look forward to expanding our collaborative clinical and research projects within the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group to ensure our patients have access to the best possible multidisciplinary care at all stages of their radiotherapy treatment.”

Dr Clare Faul, Network Director, St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network

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