The Katharine Dormandy haemophilia and thrombosis centre (KDHT) is a comprehensive care centre providing a range of services for patients with haemophilia, von Willebrand's disease, other inherited coagulation factor deficiencies and inherited platelet disorders.
The service includes clinics for diagnosis and management of bleeding disorders. Patients with severe lifelong bleeding disorders have specialist needs and are able to access other services across different disciplines.
Haemophilia refers to a group of hereditary blood disorders that prevent the body from properly controlling blood clotting or coagulation. Patients with these blood disorders can experience a wide range of haemophilia symptoms such as prolonged bleeding.
Our priority is the effective diagnosis and management of our patients’ blood disorders so that they can be quickly tested and treatments for haemophilia can be started. Patients with health conditions that are complicated by a blood disorder related to haemophilia can also access our specific clinics and services.
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Katharine Dormandy haemophilia and thrombosis centre
Royal Free Hospital
Direct line: 020 7830 2068
Fax: 020 7472 6759
Emeritus professor of haemophilia/honorary consultant haematologist
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Phone number: 020 7830 2068
Other key team members
Clinical specialist physiotherapist in haemophilia
Phone number: 020 7830 2274
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