Maggie's Dundee - Maggie's Centres

Maggie's Dundee

If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, Maggie's Dundee can help. 

'"People I send to Maggie’s tell me how pleased they are they visited and have described it as helping them share experiences, feel more in control and learn more about their cancer."
Mr Rodney Mountain, ENT Surgeon, Ninewells Hospital
Visit us at

Maggie's Dundee, Ninewells Hospital, Tom McDonald Avenue, Dundee, DD2 1NH

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When we're open

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

Just call us to make a time to visit, or if you’re visiting the hospital you can just come in.

Cancer support 

Get free one-to-one help and information from our professional team or join groups and activities that are right for you.

A calming space

Come in for a cup of tea, meet people who understand what you're going through or just take a moment to gather your thoughts.

 

 

Alongside the hospital

We're the white building with the silver wavy roof by the entrance to A&E. 

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What's on: Wednesday 8 July

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How to find us

Maggie's Dundee

Ninewells Hospital, Tom McDonald Avenue, Dundee DD2 1NH

Getting here by:

Approach the hospital using the A&E entrance.

Turn right when you see the Maggie’s sign and park in our free car park.

It's easy to get to Ninewells Hospital by bus from all parts of Tayside and is a stopping point on most routes.

The 73 and 76 both stop at Maggie's Dundee 

It's a 10-minute walk through the hospital from the hospital bus terminal but there is a regular free bus service (Vinci bus) that runs from there to our centre.

Designed for you...

Designed by world-famous architect Frank Gehry, and built in 2003, Maggie’s Dundee was the first new-build Maggie’s centre. The white, cottage-like building with a wavy silver roof is modelled on a traditional Scottish “butt n’ ben” dwelling, and offers a welcoming sense of calm and sanctuary.
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