Dr May Teoh
I qualified in 2001 from the Royal Free and University College Medical School, London. I trained in Clinical Oncology at Royal Marsden Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and Royal Surrey County Hospital. During my training, I also completed an MD(Res) degree at University of Surrey in Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy and PET-guided therapy in Head and Neck Cancer. I specialise in the treatment of Breast Cancer and Acute Oncology. I am currently Chair of the Network Acute Oncology Group at St Luke’s Cancer Alliance, Surrey. I am also Acute Oncology Lead at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital. I have an interest in Medical Education and am joint faculty group lead in Oncology at Royal Surrey County Hospital. I am also active in breast cancer research and act as principal investigator for local participation in clinical trials. I am passionate about providing the best possible care for my patients, focussing not only on providing the best quality treatment but also improving their experience living with and beyond their cancer diagnosis and treatment. I am Joint Clinical Lead for the Living With and Beyond Cancer programme for Surrey and Sussex Cancer Alliance. Our aims are to improve the delivery of patient-centred personalised care not only in the treatment phase but also in the recovery and follow up phase.