We care for a range of conditions including specialised red cell disorders and haemato-oncology level 2 services, with the exception of haemophilia and bone marrow/peripheral blood transplantation (levels 3 and 4).

Inpatient services are based around 11 haematology inpatient beds and two haematology day care units. 11 outpatient clinics are held each week. Community, outreach and paediatric haematology services are also provided.

What we offer
The department is well recognised for its expertise in sickle cell disease and thalassaemia. Transition clinics for teenagers take place on the first Tuesday of every month. On  other Tuesdays there is an adult red cell clinic. There is a weekly evening clinic.

The George Marsh Centre for sickle cell and thalassemia, at St Ann’s Hospital, provides antenatal counselling for haemoglobinopathies. 

An outreach home care nursing team carries out 4,000 visits a year to patients with sickle cell disease.

Patients with haematological malignancies are seen in designated clinics for the diagnosis and management of leukaemia / myeloproliferative neoplasm (Dr Luckit), lymphoma (Dr Mohamedbhai) and myeloma (Dr Rabin). These patients are supported by a haemato-oncology clinical nurse specialist, as well as a part-time research nurse.

In addition there are clinics for patients with benign haematological disorders.

Key staff
Dr John Luckit – consultant haematologist
Dr Sajir Mohamedbhai – consultant haematologist
Dr Neil Rabin – consultant haematologist
Dr Marilyn Roberts-Harewood – consultant haematologist
Dr Anne Yardumian – consultant haematologist
Millicent Blake-McCoy – haemato-oncology clinical nurse specialist
Martha Muli - clinical nurse specialist, sickle cell and thalassaemia
Christy Griffin-Pritchard – research nurse

Haemato-oncology day care is in the oncology day unit, podium 1 ward, the podium, level 1.
Haemato-oncology inpatients service is in podium 1 ward, the podium, level 1.
Haemoglobinopathy day care is adjacent to the acute assessment unit, main building, level 0.

How to refer
Through a GP or doctor.

How to contact us
Anticoagulant reception     020 8887 2464 
Haematology secretaries   020 8887 2584 / 2428 

To cancel or change an appointment 
or alternatively ring our call centre 020 8887 3663 /3664 (Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm)

Page last updated April 2016