Little Aston radiotherapy centre
Built within the grounds of Spire Little Aston Hospital, Cancer Partners UK, Little Aston delivers pinpoint, external beam radiotherapy treatments including intensity modulated (IMRT), image guided (IGRT) and breath-hold (DIBH) radiotherapy, to accurately treat many types of cancers, including prostate cancer, breast cancer, head and neck cancer, colorectal cancer, and many more.
Together with Spire Little Aston Hospital, the centre provides a fast and complete, high-quality cancer service for patients from Warwickshire and Staffordshire, including Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Derby and Wolverhampton.
Patients benefit from access to a range of leading cancer specialists, with specific expertise in various cancer types, dedicated and free parking spaces, free Wi-Fi access and prompt appointments, where possible, at a time to suit.
Cancer Partners UK,
Tel: 0121 353 3055
Fax: 0121 353 3792
Centre Manager, Helen Roadway
From Stafford and the north
Leave M6 at junction 12, join the A5 (signposted Brownhills). After the village of Great Wyrley pick up the A452 (Brownhills) and continue south. Turn left onto the A454 (Sutton Coldfield) and the hospital is situated approximately one mile on the right at the brow of the hill.
From central Birmingham
Take the A38 north (signposted Lichfield). At Erdington turn left onto the A452 (Brownhills) and continue north. Turn right onto the A454 (Sutton Coldfield). The hospital is situated approximately one mile on the right at the brow of the hill.
From Lichfield and Burton-on-Trent
Take the A38 south following signs for Walsall (not Birmingham). At the A5 roundabout join the A5127 (Sutton Coldfield) for approximately two miles. Turn right onto the A4026 (Blake Street) and right again at the traffic lights (Little Aston Lane). At the next junction turn right onto the A454 (Aldridge Road). The hospital is situated approximately 800 yards on the left on the brow of the hill.
Birmingham New Street is the nearest mainline station to Spire Little Aston Hospital. From there, take another train to Blake Street, where the hospital is a short taxi journey away.
The no. 6 bus between Walsall and Sutton Coldfield, stops at the end of the hospital’s drive.
Dr Peter Correa MBBS, MD, DNB, MRCP & FRCR
Bowel, gallbladder, oesophageal, pancreatic, stomach cancers
Dr Richard Shaffer BSc MBBS MRCP FRCR
Prostate, bladder, brain, skin, Dupuytren's & Ledderhose disease, plantar faciitus