We provide innovative and personalised care. We provide high quality care in a welcoming and friendly environment.

Our Oncology practice is based at the Nottingham’s premier private Hospitals.

We specialise in treatment of Prostate cancer, Kidney cancer, Bladder cancer, Ovarian cancer, & Cancer of Uterus.

To book an appointment, please contact
BMI Park Hospital
Tel: 0115 966 2047
Spire Nottingham Hospital
Tel: 0115 937 7686

We accept patients registered with all insurers. We also welcome patients paying for their own treatment.

We are happy to see patients for private follow-up consultation only at the private hospital (with relevant blood tests done at GP surgery if appropriate).

We offer Targeted therapy, Precision Radiotherapy as well as the conventional cancer treatments.

– Immunotherapy (eg Anti PD-1 agents)
– Anti-angiogenic therapy (eg anti VEGF antibody)
– Molecular targeted therapy (e.g Tyrosine Kinase inhibitors, m-TOR inhibitors)
– Bone targeted agents,(eg RANKL inhibitor)
– Radionuclide therapy (eg Radium isotope 223)
– Novel Hormonal agents (eg Receptor targeted therapy – AR antagonists)
– IMRT ( Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy)
– IGRT ( Image Guided Radiotherapy)
– Radio-sensitising Chemotherapy,
– Concurrent and Sequential Chemo-Radiation
– Conventional chemotherapy (eg Platinum’s, Topo inhibitors, Vinca’s, Taxanes)

Successful cancer treatment needs a very good Oncology team. Our dedicated team of highly experienced nurses, pharmacists, expert physicists and radiographers have many years of knowledge between them and use the latest technology to manage your treatment in the best possible way.

Dr Sundar is an excellent scholar with a gentle and humble personality. Dr Sundar is very approachable and excellent at making you feel at ease during your difficult journey. Dr Sundar always welcome questions from you, answering them with honesty and openness.

To read more about Dr Sundar’s qualifications, academic work and research publications and presentations, please click the menu above.

Referrals: We usually need a letter of referral from your GP. In cases of immediate and urgent clinical need, we can see patients immediately without a referral letter but we would usually inform your GP later about the consultation.