We provide care for adult patients with a wide range of haematological conditions.

These include:

  • red cell disorders including sickle cell and thalassaemia (both out and inpatient services)
  • antenatal screening which includes genetic testing and counselling
  • haematological cancer
  • anticoagulation
  • thrombosis
  • transfusion

Making an appointment

Appointments and referrals can be made by you or your GP via The Electronic Referral Service (e-RS). You may also be referred by an internal hospital consultant.

Registered sickle cell patients can either be sent by GP or self refer to the drop-in service available on the Medical Day Unit.

Clinics available

Clinics Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

(Anti-Coag clinic)





9.00-12.30 9.00-12.30 1.30-5.00
General and
Malignant Haematology
2.00-5.00   09.30-1.00     
Red Cell Clinic   9.30-1.00      2.00-6.00 
Thrombosis and
NoAC clinic

Medical Day Unit (MDU)
The medical day unit operates 0900-1700 on weekdays. Here we see patients for diagnostic tests (bone marrow examinations), planned therapeutic interventions (transfusions, exchange transfusions, intravenous iron, psychology appointments etc) and drop-in reviews of acute pain for registered sickle cell patients in line with their outpatient and pain protocols.

Key staff
Haematology services are provided by two consultants and four specialist nurses
Haematology secretary ext 7309

Natasha Lewis
Lead nurse in Haemoglobinopathy

Nadine Hay
Midwife in Haemoglobinopathy

Ewa Fermandell
Nurse Prescriber and Clinical Nurse Specialist in Anticoagulation

Evodian Fonyonga
Transfusion Nurse Practitioner

Gary Bridges
Highly Specialist Clinical Counselling Psychologist 

Funmilayo Orebayo
Clinical Nurse Specialist in Haemoglobinopathy

Fatmata Konneh
Clinical Nurse Specialist in Haemoglobinopathy

Haematology doctor (rotational post)

Pharmacist (rotational post)

Haematology secretaries
Josie Robinson