Navigating the complexities of cancer can be very difficult but finding the right hospital equipped with exceptional care can make a world of difference. MGM is an institute that along with other super specialities specializes in providing top notch cancer treatment.

The patients are embraced not just as medical cases but as individuals with diverse needs, emotions and aspirations.

Advanced treatment modalities such as Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, and Targeted therapy precision medicine are tailored to individual patient needs and are based on latest scientific advancements in the field.

Multidisciplinary approach – specialists from different disciplines collaborate to develop personalized treatment plans thus ensuring complete comprehensive and holistic care. Few of our unique features include unwavering commitment to patient centric care, state of the art facilities, ground-breaking technologies and proficient oncologist who practice evidence based medicine and follow international treatment protocols. Our team of onco care always aim to empower patients, caregivers and families to make well informed decisions about their cancer treatment journey.

The patients are embraced not just as medical cases but as individuals with diverse needs, emotions and aspirations.

We at MGM Hospital Vashi understands the significance of creating a supportive and nurturing environment that caters to every patient’s physical, emotional and psychological well-being throughout their treatment process.

With a personalized attention and guidance, the team oncology ensures that patients receive the highest quality care throughout their cancer journey from detection to treatment, fostering trust and instilling confidence. Last but not the least out affordability factor makes as a viable option for patients seeking quality care without exorbitant expenses.


  • Patient support services which include patient and family counselling, nutritional support, pain management and palliative care.
  • Community outreach programmes run by hospital aim at creating awareness about cancer prevention, early detection and treatment options.
  • Our specially designed educational sessions, health camps and awareness campaigns reach out to every class of society/community thus promoting awareness prevention.


Surgical Oncology

Surgical oncology is a cancer care field that focuses on the surgical management of tumours especially cancerous tumours using surgery to diagnose, stage and treat cancer.

Surgical oncologists many times perform palliative surgeries to help control pain thus aiding to patient’s comfort levels and symptomatically manage the symptoms and side effect of the disease.

Breast Cancer
Calorectal Cancer
Head and Neck Cancer
HPEC Surgery (Gastric)
Gynaecological Cancer
Bone & Soft Tissue Cancer
Hepatobiliary Cancer
Sarcoma & Melanoma
Endocrine/Neuro Endocrine Cancer
Open & Laproscopic surgery methods
Microvascular Plastic Reconstructive Surgery

Technology & Infrastructure

In our pursuit of delivering cutting edge care, we always emphasize significantly on advanced technologies and state of the art infrastructure.

Equipped with the latest diagnostic tools and innovative treatment modalities, MGM Hospital Vashi stays at the forefront of cancer care, constantly improving patient outcomes and enhancing the quality of life for individuals battling cancer.

With a continuous focus on upgrading the facilities, we try to offer the most advanced treatment options within reach, thus providing hope and healing.

Our compassionate specialists possess exceptional qualifications and training with a vast experience and updated knowledge of the latest advancements in cancer research and treatment.

Medical Oncology Specialists
Surgical Oncology Specialists
What is the difference between surgical oncology and general surgery?

General surgery does not handle specialized cases involving cancer. A surgical oncologist is trained on surgical procedures and techniques to treat cancer.

Is surgery effective in treating cancer?

The effectiveness of cancer treatment depends on the cancer stage. When detected early, surgery ensures that cancer cells and all affected tissues are removed. This can ensure cancer is completely treated. In advanced stages, cancer would have to spread to other parts making treatment all the more difficult.

What cancers can be treated through surgery?

Surgery is generally the first line of treatment for any form of cancer, especially in the early stages. It can be used to treat most type of cancers, including breast cancer, coloractal cancer, pancreatic cancer, liver cancer, cancer of the head and neck, lung cancer, ovarian cancer etc.

Does surgical oncology require the use of anaethesia?

Yes, anaesthesia is needed to carry out surgeries. General anaesthesia can be used to make the patient unconscious, while the surgery is carried out. Many minor surgeries can be done using local anaesthesia with sedation to keep the patient comfortable. The type of surgery and the patient’s overall health is considered while deciding on the use of anaesthesia. A surgical oncologist would work along with an anaesthetist during the surgery.

Why is surgery in cancer care needed?

Surgery in cancer care is needed to

  • Diagnose and stage a cancer
  • Remove the cancer or tumour
  • Remove a part of tumour. Sometimes, removing all the tumour or cancer can’t be safely done. So, surgeons perform debulking surgery and remove part of the tumour without harming other parts of the body.
  • Alleviate the symptoms caused by the cancer. This is also known as palliative surgery.
  • Change the condition of the body after surgery. This is called restorative or reconstructive surgery.
How is surgery used with other cancer treatments?

In some patients, surgery is the only treatment option. However, surgery is done along with other treatments in many patients, such as chemotherapy, targeted or immune therapies, radiation therapy and harmone therapy.
Surgery can be neoadjuvant and adjuvant. Neoadjuvant means that surgery is performed after other treatment.