Services & Facilities

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Clinical & Radiation Oncologists

NOC is home to Oncologists who are passionate about their profession, dedicated to offering our patients the best treatment options available in individualised treatment plans. Our Oncologists have expertise in both clinical and radiation oncology, enabling NOC to provide care to patients from diagnosis, throughout their treatment period - whether this includes chemotherapy, radiation therapy or a combination of treatments - and into the remission phase when patients are monitored during follow-up consultations to ensure that they remain disease-free.

Our Oncologists are available by appointment during office hours from Monday to Friday and are on call for emergencies after hours and on weekends, ensuring a continuity of care that is hard to beat.

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Dr Marthinus Kahl

Dr Marthinus Kahl, Oncologist

Dr Marthinus Kahl

Oncologist

Dr Marthinus Kahl was awarded his MBChB degree from the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa in 1995. He completed his Internship at the Universitas/Pelonomi/National Hospital complex in 1996 and went on to practice as a Medical Officer in the accident and emergency department of the Russells Hall Hospital in Dudley, England until January 1998.
He worked as a Medical Officer in the Oncology department of the Universitas Annex Hospital in Bloemfontein, South Africa, for one year before becoming a Registrar in the same department. He completed his MMed. post-graduate degree in Radiation Oncology from the University of the Free State in 2002.
Dr Kahl went on to work as a Consultant in the Oncology department of the Universitas Annex Hospital from 2003 until 2006 when he was promoted to Senior Specialist Oncologist in the same department. He fulfilled this role until 2010 when he was promoted to Head of the Clinical Unit/Principal Specialist. Dr Kahl joined the team at the Namibian Oncology Centre in January 2016.

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Dr Tommy van Wyk

Dr Tommy van Wyk, Oncologist

Dr Tommy van Wyk

Oncologist

Dr Tommy van Wyk graduated with an MBChB degree from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, in 2001. He completed his medical Internship in the Katutura State Hospital in Windhoek, Namibia, the following year and went on to build a successful private practice as a General Practitioner in Windhoek until December 2013. During his years as a G.P. Tommy also qualified as an Aesthetic Medicine practitioner, completing various diplomas and certificates in the United Kingdom, the U.S.A. and South Africa.
In January 2014 Tommy pursued his passion for Oncology and started working as a Registrar in Medical & Radiation Oncology at the University of Stellenbosch School of Medicine, Tygerberg in Cape Town, South Africa. Tommy qualified as a Clinical and Radiation Oncologist through the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa in December 2017 and joined our team at NOC.
Tommy also performs stem cell transplants on a regular basis and is an affiliate of the Cell Surgical Network.

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Dr Sybil Eksteen

Dr Sybil Eksteen, Oncologist

Dr Sybil Eksteen

Oncologist

Dr Sybil Eksteen joined the team at NOC in May 2018 as a Clinical and Radiation Oncologist. Dr Eksteen graduated from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, with an MBChB in 2004 and then with an MMed in Radiation Oncology, as well as an FC Rad (Radiation Oncology) from the Colleges of Medicine South Africa in 2012. She worked as an Oncologist in private practice with Dr Visser, Loots and partners in Bellville, Cape Town until April 2018.

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Paediatric Oncology

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Dr Lilian Gesami-Steytler

Dr Lilian Gesami-Steytler, Paediatric Oncologist

Dr Lilian Gesami-Steytler

Paediatric Oncologist

Dr Lilian Gesami-Steytler became the first Paediatric Oncologist in Namibia after graduating with a sub-specialist Certificate in Medical Oncology from the College of Paediatricians of South Africa and the University of Stellenbosch's Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, Paediatric Haematology/Oncology in 2018. Prior to her studies in Paediatric Oncology, Dr Gesami-Steytler worked as a Paediatrician in the Ministry of Health and Social Services in Windhoek and ran a successful limited private practice at Rhino Park and Lady Pohamba Private Hospitals. She also previously worked as a part-time lecturer for the University of Namibia's School of Medicine, lecturing in paediatrics and child health and was chairperson of the Infection Control team at Rhino Park Private Hospital. Dr Gesami-Steytler completed her MBChB through the University of Nairobi in 2005 and later went on to specialize in Paediatrics at the University of the Witwatersrand, qualifying in 2013. Dr Gesami-Steytler has had intensive training in Haemophilia, bleeding and thrombotic disorders as well as infectious diseases in children and is currently studying towards an MSc in Infectious Diseases through the long-distance academy of the University of London's London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She continues to work as a consultant Paediatric Oncologist at the Ministry of Health and Social Services in Windhoek and runs a limited private practice from the Namibian Oncology Centre.

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Oncology Pharmacy

Oncology pharmacy

A world-class treatment facility like NOC would not be complete without a dedicated oncology pharmacy, run by a specialist Oncology Pharmacist trained in the science of mixing chemotherapy medicines and the dispensing of medicines related to cancer care. Chemotherapy drugs are mixed by the Pharmacist in a state-of-the-art laminar flow Biosafety Cabinet ensuring stringent safety measures for both our staff and patients are adhered to. The Pharmacy is stocked with a wide range of medications to cater to all of our patients' needs; from analgesics for pain relief to vitamins for immune support.

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Counselling services

Support and counselling

The diagnosis of cancer is traumatic and its effects far-reaching. NOC has a dedicated Clinical Social Worker available to our patients and their loved ones free of charge for support throughout their continuum of treatment. Whether patients of their families need a sympathetic ear, sound advice or simply a hand to hold when times get tough, NOC's staff understands and supports continuously.

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