South West London Breast Screening Programme
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Contact Us

Address
First Floor,
Charing Cross Hospital
Fulham Palace Road
London
W6 8RF

If you write to us, please don't forget to include your full name, address, telephone number, date of birth and screening
reference number if you have one (this is the reference number beginning with 'ECX' on your letter).

Telephone
Our phone line, 0203 758 2024, is currently open between 8.00am and 8.00pm Monday to Friday. Our busiest times are Monday mornings, so it is best to avoid phoning then if possible.

Changing your appointment
If you have been sent an appointment but would like to change or cancel it, please email us at
rf-tr.londonbreastscreeninghub@nhs.net. Please include your reference number which can be found at the top of your appointment letter, beginning with ECX, and a contact telephone number.

Feedback
We are always grateful for any feedback, good or bad, from our clients. If you have been screened by our service and would like to make a comment or suggestion, please fill-in the Client feedback form and send it to us at the address above.    

Pioneering study at Charing Cross Hospital

A new clinical research study is currently taking place in the breast screening assessment clinic at Charing Cross Hospital.

Click here for details

Breast screening age extension trial

A new leaflet has recently been published about the breast screening age extension trial that is currently taking place.

Click here to download the leaflet

Informed Choice about Cancer Screening

Informed Choice about Cancer Screening has developed a new approach to information about cancer screening in England. It aims to provide people with what they need to make their own decision about whether or not to have cancer screening.

For more information click here.

Independent review into breast screening

In October 2012, an independent review into the effectiveness of the NHS Breast Screening Programme published its findings.

Find out more here

Click here for old news.

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