GHC Hospital’s department of Haematology serves as the hub of multidisciplinary patient care and provides accurate diagnosis and treatment for a variety of haematological conditions, including Lymphoma, Myeloma, Leukemia, and related malignant blood disorders; Hereditary blood diseases, Thrombocytopenia, Bleeding disorders, Hodgkin’s disease, anaemia, including Sickle Cell and Thalassemia; Pancytopenia/Aplastic anaemia; Leukopenia (low WBC); and The haematology department comprises a comprehensive blood bank, a well-equipped diagnostic laboratory, and outpatient and inpatient facilities for patients.
The diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of benign and malignant problems of the red and white blood cells, platelets, and coagulation system in adults and children are handled by the specialty of haematology. On hospital wards and in outpatient clinics, haematologists provide direct patient care.
Patients with blood and bone marrow disorders are diagnosed and treated in haematology. While a haematologist spends the majority of their time directly treating patients, they also spend a sizeable amount of time doing diagnostic tests in the lab.
The team is skilled in using the most up-to-date and effective ways to deliver outstanding patient care, and the department is well-equipped with all the newest technology. The team’s top priorities are the patient’s safety, comfort, and happiness. The Haematology department’s effective clinical staff makes sure to provide patients with accurate, thorough, and timely laboratory test data.