Services provided by the department

Clinical haematology services across West Surrey are linked into the St Luke's Cancer Centre at Guildford and also form part of the Berkshire & Surrey Pathology Services network partnership. There is a single weekly joint video conferenced MDT for haematological cancer and clinical haematology patients are treated within a portfolio of shared chemotherapy, transfusion and haemostasis management regimens.

Outpatient, day unit and diagnostic services are provided at both Ashford / St Peter's and St Luke's / Royal Surrey sites. Inpatients with haematological disorders at St Peter's are admitted by the medical unit and supported by an in-reach specialist haematology service model. At St Luke's haematology inpatients are admitted to a dedicated oncology ward (Onslow Ward) where level 2 intensive inpatient chemotherapy can also be delivered if required. Each site has a CNS team including haematology, anticoagulation and transfusion specialist practitioners with pharmacy and palliative care liaison support.

 

Our Clinical Team

The consulting team in the department are:

Dr Andrew LAURIE

Dr Andrew LAURIE

GMC: 2724654

Consultant Haematologist (Specialty Lead)

Divisional Director for Diagnostics and Therapies
Malignant blood disorders in adults
General haematology leukaemia, lymphoma

Dr Srikanth MURALI

GMC:

Consultant Haematologist

Malignant blood disorders in adults
Leukaemia, lymphoma
General haematology

Dr SP SHREEDHARA

Consultant Haematologist

 

Dr LJ VANHINSBERGH

Consultant Haematologist

 

Dr Ranjana WILLIAMSON

GMC:

Consultant Haematologist

Malignant blood disorders in adults
Leukaemia, lymphoma
General haematology

 

Location

At Ashford, the Haematology department is on the first floor of the A&E / Outpatient block with the Day Unit on the ground floor.

The Haematology department and Blood Diseases clinic are on the ground floor of the Outpatients / Department Block at St. Peter's Hospital.