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Haematology and Transfusion - Royal North Shore Hospital

Level 1

Acute Services Building

Royal North Shore

Reserve Rd

St Leonards


Haematology and Transfusion - Royal North Shore Hospital

Contact us

After hours / Urgent Contact: 02 9926 7111 (Urgent calls can be made through the RNSH Switchboard 02 9926 7111 and ask for the switch to page the on-call Haematologist or on-call Haematology registrar. The paperwork should then be faxed to the Haematology Department fax: 02 9926 4070 for further processing.)


General enquiries and Referral Phone: 02 9926 4377

Fax: 02 9926 4070


Opening hours

24 Hour Service

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 What we do

The Department of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine provides a comprehensive clinical and diagnostic haematology service based at Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH). Our clinicians treat patients with a range of non-malignant and malignant blood disorders including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma, providing outpatient care through the Northern Sydney Cancer Centre (NSCC).


Day Unit and inpatient therapy on Ward 8E of RNSH
Bone marrow and stem cell transplantation (allogeneic and autologous) are provided by our transplant clinicians and a multidisciplinary team of specialist staff. Stem cell collection, plasma exchange and venesection procedures are performed in a dedicated Apheresis Unit of the NSCC.

 What to bring

  • Images / Scans
  • Blood Results
  • Test Results
  • List of current medications
  • Referral

 When to visit us

A current referral from a health professional is required before patients can be seen by our team and should be faxed to 9926 4070 or emailed to

 All referrals will be promptly reviewed by the on-call staff specialist and patients will be contacted within a week with an appointment date. Referred patients will largely be seen by the on-call specialist for that week, but we may allocate patients to other
doctors with special expertise in their condition.

Urgent haematology cases are seen in NSCC by the Haematology Registrar, and our medical team can be contacted after hours via the hospital switchboard
(02 9926 7111) for emergencies

 How to visit us

Exit off Pacific Highway and the M1 will take you to the hospital on Reserve Road in St Leonards

Bus Route 114 stops directly at the hospital

The hospital is close to St Leonards train station

The hospital is a 5 minute walk from St Leonards Station

Street and multi storey car parking are available on the Royal North Shore hospital campus. Fees apply, so please check signage. Concession parking rates are available for patients and carers. Click here for more details.

 Referral information

  • GP referral
  • Medical referral

Referrals require current full blood count results to allow appropriate traige.

 Other information

Can transport be organised for people to attend?

Please discuss these options with your primary care provider or GP.


Is there a cost to patients to attend the clinic?

Cost for some service provision  is discussed at the time of arrangements for initial appointment.

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