The haemostasis service involves the diagnosis and treatment of patients with bleeding disorders and is located within the Queen’s Centre at Castle Hill Hospital. The Consultant Haematologists are Dr D Allsup who cares for adults and Dr S Green who cares for paediatrics with bleeding disorders. The clinical nursing team consists of 2 part time; CNS Phillipa Woods and Katie Gladstone, 1 full time Senior Staff nurse Jeanette Fenwick and 1 part time senior staff nurse Emilie Newman. Paediatric patients are seen at Hull Royal Infirmary by the above nursing team. We also have a specialist physiotherapist and a data manager. A joint haematology and obstetric clinic with Dr Durairaj (haematology consultant) and Dr Yeap (obstetrician) is held monthly to see patients with thrombocytopenia and managing pregnant patients with existing bleeding disorders.

The haemostasis service cares for both adults and children with various bleeding disorders. We provide patients with a wide range of inpatient, outpatient and community outreach care including responding to emergency episodes. Patients have access to genetic counselling, specialist laboratory testing and firm links to a specialist Comprehensive Care Centre for haemostasis in Sheffield. Patients are given a haemorrhagic status card which contains the appropriate telephone numbers needed to obtain advice, support and specialist information. They have access to this advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Severe haemophiliacs have access to a dedicated clinic ensuring all their needs are met.

Service Lead

Dr D Allsup
Consultant Haematologist and Centre Director

Key Contacts

Phillipa Woods
Clinical Nurse Specialist

Katie Gladstone and Jeanette Fenwick
Senior Staff Nurses


Guideline 196 – Guidelines for the Emergency Treatment and Management of
Patients with Haemophilia and Bleeding Disorders
This document includes definitions of Haemophilia A, Haemophilia B and Von Willebrands disease. All of which are inherited bleeding disorders. The treatment dose equations required to treat specific injury’s including muscle/joint bleeds, trauma and surgery is included along with a list of factor products required for each condition and where to find the products with the Hull University Teaching Hospital trust.  This includes the administration of Desmopressin (Octim) and emergency first aid treatment of patients with a bleeding disorder.

Draft Report for Quality Assurance Group
At the end of 2018 the Hull Haemophilia Centre was peer reviewed against other haemophilia and contemporary care centres across the country by health professionals working within haemostasis. Attached is the report produced from this review, this includes areas in which the Hull Haemophilia centre excel and areas which can develop to ensure patients receive the best possible care.

Opening Hours

The Haemostasis Nursing Team are available Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 6.00pm.

Contact Us

  • 01482 461403 (Nurses’ Office)
  • 01482 461296 (Secretary)

Get Advice

For advice on bleeding disorders in a non-emergency situation please e-mail the following address:
Please note this e-mail is not manned 24 hours a day.

For urgent advice please contact the haemophilia nurses during office hours as seen above.
Or if you need advice out of office hours you can call the haematologist on-call  via the switch board (01482 875875) or attend your local accident and emergency centre.