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Services provided

The Blood Sciences department incorporates the Haematology, Immunology and Chemical Pathology laboratories. It provides a comprehensive routine and emergency out-of-hours diagnostic Blood Sciences service.

The Haematology Department’s main test is the Full Blood Count (FBC) whereby normal and abnormal cell populations are enumerated to assist in the diagnosis and monitoring of certain disorders. They also perform a screen for some inflammatory conditions and for Glandular Fever. Plasma is tested for a range of coagulation tests associated with bleeding or thrombosis or to monitor patients taking anticoagulants (e.g. warfarin). More specialised testing is used to look for rarer conditions such as Sickle cell or Thalassaemia and to monitor patients treated for HIV infection. Most testing uses complex automated equipment, although some manual testing takes place to look for certain cell types such as Malaria.
 

Opening hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
All other times (including Bank Holidays): Out of hours service

The Blood Bank/Haematology Biomedical Scientist on-call can be contacted via telephone number 01709 424236 or the hospital switchboard 01709 820000.

The Consultant Haematologists are available via the hospital switchboard 01709 820000 and radio pagers – ask for the clinical haematologist on-call. The Haematologists are available 24/7 to offer clinical advice and interpretation of results.  

Contacts

Clinical Staff

Consultant Haematologist and Head of Department, 01709 424188
Consultant Haematologist, 01709 427419
Consultant Haematologist, 01709 427314

Clerical Staff

Secretaries can be contacted on the following number: 01709 427119

Scientific & Technical Staff

Integrated Blood Sciences Manager, 01709 427621
Lead BMS and Deputy Blood Sciences Manager Haematology, 01709 424236

User Handbook

For Clinical Haematology documents please see the departmental Insite page. Please note this link will not work outside of the Hospital.

http://insite/DepartmentDocuments.aspx?id=19723&catId=19726
  
Information about all of our tests and services provided can be found in the departmental user handbook


The content of this page was last updated: Friday 27 October 2017

 

 

Contact - Haematology

Telephone: 01709 424236 

Level A
Rotherham Hospital
Moorgate Road
Rotherham
S60 2UD