Our specialist consultants, nurses and support staff will care for you in the haematology department if you have a blood disorder.
We treat people who have:
- acute myeloid leukemia
- myelodysplastic syndrome
- immune thrombocytopenia
- acute lymphoblastic leukemia
We can offer you many treatments in our modern, comfortable day unit, which means you don’t need to stay overnight stay.
My personal experience while on the ward as an inpatient and outpatient during eight months of intensive treatment was continuously outstanding.
You will be referred to our department by your GP or other referring consultant.
8am – 7pm
Monday – Friday
University Hospital of Hartlepool
University Hospital of North Tees
Tuesday 9am-12noon and 2pm-4.30pm
Friday – Anti-coagulant clinic 1.30pm-4.30pm
Patient support group
The Teesside Lymphoma group meeting the second Thursday of every month (except August) at the Holistic Centre at James Cook from 6.30pm -8pm. For further information contact Lymphoma Action on 0808 808 5555.
The Teesside Myeloma group meet on a Monday evening at 5.45pm on the haematology day unit at the University Hospital of North Tees. For further information contact Kerry Dempsey on 01642 624697 or email Kerry.firstname.lastname@example.org or Annette Millward on 07780981527 or email email@example.com
The new haematology support group at Durham has only just been set up. For further details contact Leukaemia Care on 08088010444.
Haematology UKAS accreditation
Our current schedule of accredited tests can be used to verify if the test you require is included in our accredited scope.