Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
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The Katharine Dormandy Haemophilia Centre and Thrombosis Unit

The Katharine Dormandy Haemophilia Centre and Thrombosis Unit was founded in 1964 in Lawn Road Hospital, Hampstead, by the late Dr Katharine Dormandy. It was opened in its present form within the new Royal Free Hospital in 1978 and extended in 1994. Today the unit is one of the largest haemophilia treatment centres in Europe. Our services include:

  • comprehensive care centre for patients with inherited and acquired bleeding disorders, including diagnosis and management

  • thrombosis service for investigation and management of inherited and acquired thrombotic conditions, including a Level IV anticoagulation service

  • comprehensive laboratory services for the diagnosis and management of various inherited and acquired bleeding and thrombotic disorders, including genetic diagnosis

Making an appointment

Appointments can be made following a referral from a GP, and through the choose and book system. Tertiary referrals are also available.

Location

The haemophilia centre and thrombosis unit is on the ground floor of the Royal Free Hospital next to the medical school.

Hours

The centre is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. See contact us for out of hours service.

Parking

There are a limited number of car parking spaces and priority for these is given to anyone registered as disabled. Travel guide >

Contact

Please see the contact us page.

 
page last reviewed: 21 December 2012