For clinical or technical enquiries, requests for urgent work, to arrange special tests, including clinical advice and interpretation.
|Dr Marianna Koperdanova, Consultant Haematologist, Clinical Lead||01256 319984|
|Dr Jenny Arnold, Consultant Haematologist||01962 824700|
|Dr Noel Ryman, Consultant Haematologist||01256 313297|
|Dr Katherine Smith, Consultant Haematologist||01256 319984|
|Donna Hodder, secretary||01256 313279|
|Helen Todd, secretary||01256 313282|
|Mark Sidwell, Blood Sciences Manager||01256 312752|
|Dr Isabella Lo, Consultant Haematologist||01256 313303|
|Dr Henna Wong, Consultant Haematologist, Clinical Lead||01256 313200|
|Stephen Knight, Blood Sciences Operations Manager (RHCH)||01962 824467|
|BNHH Haematology/Coagulation||01256 313291/2/4|
|BNHH Blood Transfusion||01256 313290|
|RHCH Haematology||01962 824460|
|RHCH Blood Transfusion enquiries||
Consultant clinical advice and interpretation is available 24 hours a day from the on-call Haematologist (contacted by bleep via the Hospital switchboard).
The consultant haematologists deal with general haematology and oncology referrals. Referrals may be made by letter, fax, email or, if urgent, by telephone via the consultant’s secretary.
Haematology and Blood Transfusion are “a UKAS accredited Medical Laboratory No. 8082" For the most up to date currently accredited tests please refer to the schedule of accreditation as published on the UKAS Medical laboratory website.
The haematology department provides a comprehensive clinical advisory and analytical service:
- routine haematology includes full blood counts, ESR’s, glandular fever screening, warfarin monitoring, coagulation screening and D-dimer for exclusion of VTE
- specialist haematology includes blood cell morphology, haemoglobinopathies, cell markers, malaria parasite identification
- emergency investigations, are rapidly available by prior arrangement on a 24-hour basis
A full list of the investigations provided by the department can be found in the Pathology User handbook.
Further investigations are undertaken following abnormal results and screening for atypical diseases.
We participate in National External Quality Assurance Schemes encompassing the analytical work of the department where available.