The Division of Haematology is dedicated to delivering the best possible care by practising evidence-based and comprehensive oncology in a collegial atmosphere involving highly qualified specialists and oncology-trained nurses. Through case discussions, multidisciplinary tumour board meetings and collaborative research, our specialists are commited to delivering incredible care to each and every patient.
The Division provides specialised inpatient and outpatient medical care for malignant and non-malignant haematoloigical conditions, with expertise in coagulation, general haematology and:
Our Haematopoietic Stem Cell transplant Programme
(an NCIS Specialised Programme
) is offered by the Division as a treatment option for various types of blood disorders. Advances in this field have greatly improved treatment where patients can still receive successful cell transplants without suitable donors. This is made possible through the use of umbilical cord blood cells or by conditioning the cells from previously non-suitable donors so these can be used by the recipients.