Haematology is the study of blood and blood diseases, including common conditions like haemophilia, which impairs the body’s ability to control blood clotting, and anaemia, which is usually caused by a decrease in the number of red blood cells.
Our three hospitals, Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital, and the Royal Free Hospital, provide a leading range of haematology treatment services in London, from haematology tests to diagnose blood diseases, to blood transfusions for the treatment of blood cancers and other blood disorders.
Our general haematology treatment services deal with the investigation of abnormal blood counts that lead to common conditions like anaemia, low white cells and low platelets.
Do you have an appointment?
Patient enquiries: 0845 111 4000 Ext. 4383
Chase Farm Hospital
Patient enquiries: 0845 111 4000 Ext. 2066
Finchley Memorial Hospital
Patient enquiries: 020 8349 7545/7585
The Royal Free Hospital
Patient enquiries: 020 7794 0500 x 33758/33834
Anticoagulant clinic appointments: 020 7830 2099
Anticoagulant nurses: 020 7794 0500 Ext: 38384
We accept referrals from GPs and hospital specialists. We also have a large tertiary referral practice dealing with patients from the UK and other countries
Professor of haematology and honorary consultantScientific director, Anthony Nolan Research Institute
Consultant paediatric haematologist
Emeritus professor of haemophilia/honorary consultant haematologist
Senior lecturer/honorary consultant haematologist
Lung cancer team nominated for award
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