Diagnosing and treating blood disorders

​Haematology is concerned with blood formation and the disorders that occur when the processes break down.

About haematology services at HCA UK

We offer an extensive range of haematology services - from diagnosing anaemia to evaluating the risk of bleeding during and after surgery and treating leukaemia. Our consultant haematologists work across specialties and run a number of abnormal blood clinics including thrombosis, bruising and anticoagulants. They aim to see all new haematology patients within 48 hours, and supervise our pathology labs to pick up irregularities quickly.

The Harley Street Clinic carries out all forms of routine and specialist blood testing including molecular imaging. Christie Private Care in Manchester is home to the only haematology and transplant unit outside of London. The London Cancer Centre at London Bridge Hospital has its own haematological oncology department. And our partnerships with LOC and University College Hospital mean we can provide the latest treatments for even the most complex of blood cancers.

Our expertise in haematology

We carry out advanced treatments for a range of blood disorders.

  • Bone marrow and stem cell transplant

    Need to know

    Stem cell transplant or bone marrow transplant is a type of treatment that replaces damaged blood cells with healthy ones. Stem cell transplants are a complex medical procedure and can only be provided at specialist centres. They have been used to treat blood cancers and disorders for many years, and...

  • Blood cancer

    Need to know

    Our network of specialist centres provide expert care for blood cancers and disorders. We have a team of highly specialised consultant haematologists, senior nurses and other healthcare professionals, to ensure you get the best possible care.

  • Chemotherapy

    Need to know

    At HCA UK, we work will expert medical and clinical oncologists to provide the latest systemic anti-cancer therapies. Our team of specialists work in multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) to make sure you get the treatment plan that is best for you. <br> <br> Chemotherapy is the most common and...

  • Leukaemia

    Need to know

    Leukaemia is a type of cancer that affects your white blood cells, causing your body to create more white blood cells than it needs. There are four main types of leukaemia which are categorised by whether they behave as an acute illness (acute leukaemia) or more slowly (chronic) growing. At HCA UK...

Our locations

We provide exceptional haematology care across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics for diagnosing, treating and managing a wide range of blood disorders.

HCA UK at University College Hospital

Blood disorders and cancer service by HCA UK at University College Hospital

HCA Healthcare UK has partnered with University College Hospital, to offer a service made up of a multidisciplinary team that specialises in blood disorders and cancer. HCA UK at UCH provides treatment for all types of blood cancer (leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and amyloidosis) and non-cancerous blood disease, and carry out complex bone marrow and stem cell transplants

Contact us about haematology and blood disorders

Our helpline advisors can assist with enquiries about booking an appointment with a haematologist. 

020 7079 4344
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