Welcome to the haematology clinic at GenesisCare, Oxford
Dr Chris Hatton holds a Haematology Clinic at GenesisCare, Oxford on Monday afternoons and evenings.
Why should I go to a haematology clinic?
The symptoms of haematology disorders are varied, but your GP can assess your needs and refer to a consultant haematologist if necessary.
The most common blood disorders include:
- Bleeding disorders (including hemophilia, blood clots).
- Blood cancers (including leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma).
Dr Hatton, Haematology Consultant
Dr Hatton is a Consultant Haematologist at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH), with 20 years’ experience of general haematology with the NHS. Chris trained at Cambridge University, St Thomas’ Hospital, London and the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, specialising in haematology and has focused on the treatment of patients with lymphoproliferative diseases.
He is the Clinical Lead for Lymphoma, and Chair of the multidisciplinary team for Oxford and surrounding Thames Valley hospitals. He was the Director of Haematology at the OUH (2009-2014), Chair of Cancer for the OUH and Trustee for the Lymphoma Association for ten years (2002-2012).
As an experienced and widely published Haematology Consultant, Dr Hatton is available to consult on all haematology conditions.
Visit our Oxford haematology clinic
If you have any concerns, you can ask your GP to refer you to Dr Hatton.
You can also contact us directly on 01865 237700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.