Haematology - Overview

What is haematology?

Haematology is a field of medicine that diagnoses, treats and manages disorders of the blood, bone marrow and lymphatic system. These disorders include haematologic malignancies, which refer to cancers that affect the blood, bone marrow and lymph nodes.

Haematologists work closely with doctors to interpret and monitor blood results to make diagnoses, identify medical conditions and assess the effect of treatment.

The haematology specialty also supports blood transfusion services, as well as immunotherapy and cell therapy, to treat cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma.

Our approach

Located at Gleneagles Hospital, Parkway Cancer Centre also runs the Children’s Haematology & Cancer Centre. The centre is dedicated to integrated, patient-centred care.

Helmed by Dr Anselm Lee, the centre provides specialised clinical care for children with blood diseases, such as:

  • Diagnostic evaluation
  • Chemotherapy
  • Haematopoietic stem cell transplant

Why choose Gleneagles Hospitals?

For more than 60 years in Singapore, Gleneagles Hospital has provided trusted healthcare with the needs of our patients in mind.

Gleneagles Hospital's haematology specialists work together with your medical team to diagnose, treat and manage blood disorders and blood cancers.

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