Haematology involves the diagnosis and treatment of patients who have disorders of the blood. The Haematology service within the Queen’s Centre provides clinical care for patients with non-malignant and malignant haematological conditions in the Hull and East Yorkshire locality.

The malignant service cares for patients with all types of leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma as well as other rarer blood cancers. We provide a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient treatments at the Queen’s Centre up to, but not including, allogeneic transplantation.

We aim to provide all patients attending the malignant service with a named Key Worker as a point of contact for additional specialist information, support and advice.

Non-malignant haematology services include haemophilia care as well as investigation of abnormal full blood count results. The team does not, however, investigate or manage iron deficiency or haemochromatosis which should be referred to gastro-intestinal services and hepatology respectively.

Patients attending the Haematology Service at the Queen’s Centre may also be able to access additional support; Oncology Health Centre, Welfare Rights Advisor, Bereavement and Sexuality Counselling and the Survivorship Team.

Service Lead

Dr James Bailey
Consultant Haematologist

Key Contacts

Kay Beadle
Haematology Clinical Nurse Specialist

Dr James Bailey
Consultant Haematologist

Opening Hours

The Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist Team are available Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5.30pm.

Contact Us

  • 01482 461087
  • 01482 461296