Centre for Haemostasis – Haemophilia Centre
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St George’s Haemophilia Centre is located within St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It is well established in providing comprehensive care to those with Haemophilia, inherited and acquired bleeding disorders. We offer 24-hour care with on-site access to diagnostic and treatment facilities. Home treatment delivery programs are also coordinated from the centre.
We regularly participate in educational events as well as teaching and studying on university programs. We have an ongoing commitment to research and have participated in commercial trials and conducted clinical audits and academic studies.
We provide a specialist comprehensive range of clinical, laboratory, support and advisory services to patients and their families including other healthcare professionals within the hospital, inpatient, outpatient and community settings.
For more information on the adult and paediatric haemophilia service, view the PDFs below:
During opening hours please call 0208 725 0763.
Out of hours please contact switchboard on 0208 672 1255 to contact haematology registrar on call, bleep number 6068.
We are also contactable via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Physiotherapy email for adult patients – email@example.com
8am – 5pm Monday to Friday.
Outpatient Haemophilia Clinics
Adult Haemophilia Clinic is held the first, fourth, and fifth Wednesday of each month between 14:00 to 16:30.
Location: Clinic 5, Ground floor, St. James Wing, St George’s Hospital.
Nurse-led new patient clinic is held each Thursday from 14:00 to 16:00.
Location: Please present to Haematology/ Oncology outpatients department, Ground floor St. James’ wing.
Telephone Clinic is conducted the second and third Wednesday of each month between 14:00 and 16:00.
Therapies, Ground floor, St James Wing, St Georges Hospital.
Locations for adult services
Haematology Day Unit
Ruth Myles Day Unit, 2nd floor, St James Wing, St George’s Hospital.
Adult Haematology Inpatient Wards
Ruth Myles Ward, 2nd floor, St James Wing, St George’s Hospital.
Gordon-Smith Ward, 3rd floor, Lanesborough Wing, St George’s Hospital.
Locations for paediatrics services
Paediatric inpatient and treatment units
Freddie Hewitt ward, 5th floor, Lanesborough Wing, St George’s Hospital
Jungle day unit, 1st floor, Lanesborough Wing, St George’s Hospital.
Dragon Centre, Ground floor, Lanesborough Wing, St George’s Hospital.
Paediatric Haemophilia Clinic is held 1st, 3rd and 5th Wednesday morning 08:50am – 12:00pm and every Wednesday afternoon 14:00 – 17:00pm.
Location: Dragon Centre- Ground floor, Lanesborough Wing, St George’s Hospital
Location: Child Development Centre (CDC), Ground Floor, Lanesborough Wing.
Dr. Steve Austin, Haemophilia Centre Director and Consultant Haematologist
Dr. James Uprichard, Consultant Haematologist.
Dr. Pamala Kanagasabapathy, Consultant Haematologist.
Wandai Maposa, Haemophilia Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Róisín Ward, Haemophilia Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Ashley Lee, Research Nurse.
Anthony Davies, Senior Haemostasis Biomedical Scientist.
Clare Brown, Haemophilia Data Manager.
Telephone : 020 8725 0763.
Nadine Johnson, Secretary to Dr. Austin.
Telephone: 020 8725 0885.
Dr. Alison Thomas, Consultant Haematologist.
Julia Sexton, Paediatric Haemophilia Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Kat Hone, Paediatric Haemophilia Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Dawn Worth, Paediatric Haematology Secretary, 020 8725 3921
All NHS GP referrals must be submitted using the NHS e-Referral service.
Referrals sent to the nhs.net mailbox or by post from GPs will not be processed.
- National e-Referral service appointment line: 0345 608 8888
- George’s central booking service 0208 725 0007
For internal or urgent referrals please contact the haemophilia nurses on
0208 725 0763 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org