Haematological Disorders

The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust is the regional centre for the treatment of Acute Leukemia and provider of specialist Clinical Haematology Services for adults in Northern Ireland as well as local Haematology Services for the Belfast population.

The services are based at Belfast City Hospital where an extensive range of investigations and treatments are provided for both non-cancerous and cancerous blood conditions. Support and advice for people in the community with haematology disorders is also provided.  

The Haematology Unit in the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust is located in the Bridgewater Suite (‘C’ Floor) and Ward 10 North of Belfast City Hospital. These units specialise in offering care to people with differing blood disorders. The services consist of a day care assessment unit, a day treatment area and 28 inpatient beds. The Northern Ireland Haemophilia Centre is also based in Belfast City Hospital, on 'C' Floor and the Warfarin Clinic is located in the Outpatients Department.

Please follow the links on the right for more information about Haematology Services.

Please note that this section details services provided to adult patients of the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. Please follow the link for information on Children's Cancers.