New HRCC Cancer Support Hub opens at Braintree Community Hospital

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity (HRCC) is pleased to announce the opening of a brand new HRCC Cancer Support Hub at Braintree Community Hospital. The hub, which was launched on Saturday 22 April, runs three out of four Saturdays a month from 9am to 1pm and offers complementary therapies, including aromatherapy and massage, to those affected by cancer. Bookings can be made via the HRCC Centre at Rochelle House on 01245 463 633.

 

Pat Hume, Support Centre Development Manager for HRCC, says: “We are delighted to be working alongside Mid Essex Hospitals to extend our services into the Braintree area. The new hub features a comfortable and relaxing treatment room and is ideal for client living in and around the Braintree region or those who would like a Saturday appointment. As a charity, we are working hard to expand our services to wider regions and have recently opened a hub at Spire Specialist Care Centre in Great Baddow, and we will be making more announcements in the coming months.”

 

The Helen Rollason Cancer Charity is dedicated to championing quality of life for everyone living with or affected by Cancer through the provision of free access support centres, complementary therapies, information and advice and supporting clinical trials.

 

HRCC therapist Jan Smith offers complementary therapies to clients.
HRCC therapist Jan Smith offers complementary therapies to clients.

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