London Haematology are specialists in the treatment of haematological, or blood, cancers, such as leukaemia and myeloma. Operating out of The London Clinic, a renowned charitable hospital at the heart of Harley Street, our consultants provide expert advice, access to the latest procedures and the highest quality care.
London Haematology is led by a team of four experienced haematologists. The team have built up one of the leading private sector haematology departments in the UK.
Treatments we offer
Our team of experts provide quality treatments, including the latest developments in stem cell therapy and immunotherapy.
Learn about why you might need a blood transfusion, what it involves, and how you could safely have one from London Haematology.
CAR-T cell therapy
Learn about a new and innovative treatment option for patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma at London Haematology.
Anticoagulation therapy is prescribed if you have an increased risk of blood clots. Find out the reasons for treatment and how to manage it.
Stem cell therapy
Learn about the innovative stem cell therapy available at London Haematology, which is used to treat blood cancers and other blood.
B-cell lymphoma treatment
Our world-class haematologists are experts at diagnosing and treating lymphoma. Find out more about B-cell lymphoma and B-cell lymphoma treatment.
Pernicious anaemia is the most common cause of low vitamin B12 levels in the UK. Find about the causes, diagnosis and treatment from London Haematology.
Conditions we treat
Our aim is to provide a personalised, safe and seamless service to all patients with haematological disorders including leukaemia and thalassaemia.
Acute and chronic leukaemia
Find out more about leukaemia and our world-class haematology service, where you can expect tailored treatment plans and exceptional personal care.
Haemochromatosis is a condition where too much iron builds up in the body. Find out how it is diagnosed and treated with London Haematology.
Learn about myeloproliferative disorders – a rare group of conditions caused when your body produces too much of a particular type of blood cell.
Learn more about myelodysplastic syndromes, a group of conditions where the bone marrow doesn’t work properly and produces faulty blood cells.
Learn about thalassaemia causes and symptoms and find out how thalassaemia is diagnosed and treated by London Haematology.
Why choose us?
The London Haematology unit offers rapid access to diagnostics from its pathology and radiology services. These provide us with immediate access to CT scans, MRIs, ultrasound scans and other tests.
If we need help with the management of patients we have cardiologists, oncologists and physicians available. Treatment for patients are delivered by their lead nurse in a dedicated unit so that patients can maintain their privacy, dignity and comfort.
We offer three different ways of paying for your treatment. Self-paying patients paying for their own treatment, insured patients paying through their insurance company and international sponsored patients.