Radiotherapy is one of the main treatment methods for cancer. Its task is to damage cancer cells with ionizing radiation. So far, the patients of our branch in Włocławek had to travel almost 100 kilometres to be able to use from this treatment technique in Bydgoszcz. However, everything has now changed, because on November 7, 2016, the newly built Radiotherapy Department in Włocławek, located at Łęgska Street number 53, started its operation. It was built just 300 meters from the Diagnostic and Treatment Centre. About 700-900 patients will be irradiated annually at the Radiotherapy Department in Włocławek.
Consultations at the Radiotherapy Department in Włocławek for first-time patients take place every day from Monday to Friday starting 9.00 a.m. In order to make an appointment, please call the Department’s Secretariat or Reception Desk.
Patients undergoing treatment at the Radiotherapy Department in Włocławek can also use free hotel accommodation as part of a refund from the National Health Fund (NFZ). As part of the refund from the National Health Fund, they are also provided with free meals twice a day and transportation to the Department.
Patients are irradiated in a single shift system between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. every day at the appointed time (the time of irradiation is agreed with the patient when entering the apparatus).
Consultations at the Radiotherapy Department in Włocławek for first-time patients take place three times a week on Monday, Tuesday and Friday starting 9:00 a.m. In order to make an appointment, please call the Department’s Secretariat or Reception Desk.
Patients undergoing treatment at the Radiotherapy Department in Włocławek also have the option of using free hotel accommodation as part of the NFZ (National Health fund) refund.
Patients after radiotherapy are monitored in the Radiotherapy Outpatient Clinic of the Diagnostic and Treatment Centre in Włocławek at Królewiecka Street number 2a after registering at the following numbers: (54) 230 13 00, (52) 374 30 00 or the Call Centre (52) 374 31 10. The Radiation Therapy Outpatient Clinic is open on Mondays from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
We provide palliative and radical radiotherapy procedures in the following techniques:
- 3D dose intensity modulation radiation therapy (3D-IMRT)
- 3D conformal non-coplanar radiotherapy with tomographic monitoring (3D-CRT)
- radical teleradiotherapy with three-dimensional (3D) planning
- radical radiotherapy with two-dimensional (2D) planning
- palliative radiotherapy
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- two high-energy linear accelerators,
- simulator with the CT option,
- radiation therapy management system,
- treatment planning stations,
- dosimetry systems.