World Class Care,
Research and Education

St. Vincent’s UCD Cancer Centre

Welcome to the St. Vincent’s UCD Cancer Centre, a collaborative endeavour uniting cutting-edge expertise in highly specialised cancer care and comprehensive cancer research. This joint initiative, involving the St. Vincent’s Healthcare Group (comprising St. Vincent’s University Hospital and St. Vincent’s Private Hospital) and University College Dublin, is dedicated to setting new standards in cancer treatment and research.

Cancer CARE

A leading cancer centre, renowned for its best in class service provision


Quality is a central focus of the St. Vincent’s UCD Cancer Centre


The Centre is an established leader in the fields of cancer and personalised medicine research

Cancer Directorate

St. Vincent’s stands as a centre of excellence for cancer care, holding the distinction of being one of eight nationally designated adult cancer centres. Additionally, it is the nationally designated centre for neuroendocrine tumours (NET), pancreatic cancer, and sarcoma. The hospital is a major provider of care for patients with breast, prostate, colorectal, lung, and gynaecological cancers, and is one of three adult stem cell transplant centres in the country.