Welcome to Texas Cancer Centre

Texas Cancer Centre (TCC) aims to provide individuals with quality care by availing personalised services. Cancer treatment comprises of multiple options and specialties that can at times be intense, costly, and even toxic, therefore they require serious long-term planning. At Texas Cancer Centre we understand the numerous variables involved in cancer treatment, as result, we have developed comprehensive and patient-centered treatment plan that takes into consideration the complexity of the treatment choices. Also, at the Texas Cancer Centre we understand that cancer is life-threatening in nature bringing about numerous emotional repercussions, this makes it difficult for individuals living cancer to make adequate decisions regarding their care. At the Texas Cancer Centre We recognise these challenge and the treatment plan addresses these challenges.

Texas Cancer Centre employs skilled and experienced professionals who offer holistic treatment to cancer patients. At TCC our treatment approach focuses on:

  • Linear Accelerator Radiotherapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Cancer screening and creating awareness
  • Palliative care
  • 24 Hours In-patient care/Emergency

Opening Hours

Out-patient
Open: Monday-Friday

8:00am - 4:00pm

Saturday

8:00am - 12:00pm

Sunday and Public Holidays

Closed

In-patient

24 hours

Emergency

Contact

Mbagathi Way | Nairobi West, Nairobi, Kenya
Call: 0716279632
Email:info@texascancercentre.co.ke


Eldoret Branch
Grandpri Building | Nandi Road
Eldoret, Kenya
Tel: 0774 698 888

Do you need
Emergency Help?

  • Esther Nzoli
    I came to Texas Cancer Centre in 2016 after three years of treatment for cervical cancer, stage four. I was diagnosed in 2014 after months of illnesses which doctors could not really detect. This is because when I first when set foot in hospital, I went in for gynaecological reasons. Unlike previous years when my menstrual cycles were consistent, I began noticing irregular patterns. At times I would bleed for longer or even miss it altogether. This worried me a lot. At the gynae, I was told that the irregularity in my cycle was as a result of menopause, given that I am 61 year, and therefore ought to have been nothing of worry to me. Although I took the medication given through the rest of 2013 I was still worried and I was not responding to the medication given. To top this, I was in excruciating pain unlike my younger years. This scared me and sought a second opinion, since I felt my gynae was not giving me all the answers I sought. In June 2014, I consulted with a friend who took me to a different doctor for the second opinion. In January 2015, a number of tests were done to determine the exact problem. After all the tests, the results were brought to me in the ward and before even seeing the consultant, I read the report on my own. All I can remember reading toward the end of the report was “CA growth” and even though I was a layman, I deduced that it was cancer, which was then confirmed by the consultant doctor who was to see me later that evening. It was in that hospital bed that I met the consultant, Texas Cancer Centre’s Dr Catherine Nyongesa, a pleasant doctor whose re-assurance gave me hope for better years ahead. The doctor not only gave me a shoulder to lean on but immediately put me on treatment. Of course I know about the long queues at Kenyatta and it was a cause of worry for me, until I learnt about Texas Cancer Centre. With the help of NHIF cards, I was able to start my treatment at TCC.
    Esther Nzoli
    Cervical Cancer
  • Elizabeth Wamaitha
    I was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer in June 2016. Before the diagnosis, I always had constipation. Doctors at school kept putting me on anti-medication for stomach pains without any improvement, I was referred to Kenyatta National Hospital for a second opinion where biopsy results showed I had stage four colon cancer. Immediately, doctors told me I needed surgery which was followed by intense chemotherapy that I have been undergoing at Texas Cancer Centre. Being diagnosed with Colon cancer broke my heart. I did not think I would join my classmates during graduation from campus. However, upon starting my chemo treatment, I regained strength enough to be part of the graduands. I am also grateful to the team at TCC for walking through this journey with me. They are a dedicated team who will give their all to see that a patient has received the best care they need.
    Elizabeth Wamaitha
    Colon Cancer
  • Samuel Okotot
    I came from neighbouring Uganda,two years ago. I started having persistent daily headaches whose root cause took me about one-and-a-half-years to discover. So bad were the headaches that a friend advised me to go get a CT scan which showed I had a tumor in the head and was told to go to Kampala from Jinja. In Kampala, doctors decided to do a biopsy which showed that the tumor was cancerous which had not spread. I got a referral to the Kampala Cancer Institute, where I kicked off my first of four sessions of chemotherapy. When I completed my chemo, the doctors recommended radiotherapy which unfortunately I could not get as the machines had broken down, hence being referred to Nairobi. At first, we had opted for a different hospital until friends recommended Texas Cancer Centre to us. From the time I came here, I have seen a lot of improvement and change in my body.
    Samuel Okotot
    Cancer of the Head