Medical tourism

National Medical Research Centre for Oncology is one of the largest medical cancer centers in Russia. Since its foundation in 1931, the Centre has been determining the development of cancer care in the south of the country. The Center medical staff is comprised of 138 Candidates of Sciences (PhD), 42 Doctors of Sciences (DSc), 3 Associate Professors, 29 Professors, 1 Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and an Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 20 Honored Doctors of the Russian Federation and 4 Honored Healthcare Workers of the RF are also among our specialists.

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Treatment in Russia

How to request an appointment for a foreign citizen?
  1. Send your request via the questionnaire form or contact us by phone;
  2. Submit your medical records and conclusions;
  3. We will determine the possibilities of providing medical care in your case;
  4. We will prepare a preliminary treatment plan and coordinate it with you;
  5. We will schedule the dates of your arrival and start of treatment.

Calculation and payment of medical expenses
Each treatment plan is developed individually, and so are calculated its costs. Payment according to the price list should be made before the diagnostic or treatment procedures. Both cash and non-cash payments are possible. More information is available upon request. Please fill out the questionnaire form, and we will contact you shortly.

Contact information:
National Medical Research Centre for Oncology

344037, Russian Federation, Rostov region, Rostov-on-Don, 14-th liniya, 63
Dr Dmitriy Sergeevich Petrov, Deputy Chief Physician for Surgery
+7 (863) 200 1000 (ext.333), +7 (863) 3000 200 (ext.333).

Additional information
The clinical base of the cancer center includes 744 beds. Medical treatment is provided to adults and children with all types of cancer. More than 20 000 patients receive treatment, including high-tech medical care, annually. The center has 25 operating rooms with modern equipment where the state-of-the-art technologies and methods of surgical treatment are applied. More than 200 surgeries are performed at the cancer center every week, including neuro-oncological interventions with neuronavigation and endoscopic equipment, videoendoscopic surgeries for tumors of the chest, abdominal cavity and retroperitoneal space, and joint arthroplasty. Intraluminal endoscopic microsurgeries with argon plasma coagulation, fluorescence diagnostics, photodynamic therapy and stenting are performed, as well as extensive and combined surgeries on the liver, pancreas and pelvic organs with a reconstructive plastic component.

In addition to surgical treatment, the Centre uses all types of anticancer medical therapy: chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy, and hormone therapy. Administration of chemotherapy agents is personalized based on the results of molecular genetic tests. Up to 3 000 patients receive radiation treatment annually. Modern radiotherapy equipment in the Centre allows high-precision irradiation with maximum protection for normal tissues.