Haemostasis and Thrombosis

The Thrombosis and Haemostasis sevice provides a wide range of laboratory testing for the diagnosis and treatment of acquired and genetically inherited thrombotic and haemorrhagic disorders. The laboratory is designated as the Hub Laboratory for the newly formed North and West Yorkshire Hemophilia network. Providing a specialist service to the Leeds hospital and PCTs, as well as recieving tertiary refferals from trusts within Yorkshire and Humberside regions.

The specialist laboratory service is based on the St James’s Site, providing support to the Comprehensive Care Haemophillia Centre (CCC) for the Haemophillia network,which is based in Leeds. The paediatric CCC service is located at the Leeds General Infrimary and the Adult service at St Jame's. In addition to the CCC Haemophilia service in Leeds the laboratory also carries out diagnostic testing for the second large Haemophilia cantre based in Bradford.

The Laboratory works closley with the medical staff of the Haemophilia network participating in the regional MDT meeting and providing technical and scientific advice and support to the regions samller laboratories.

The service is operated using state of the art equipment which recently under gone a major refit. In addition to the specialist testing the laboratory provides technical and scientific advice and support, the the Blood Sciences department in regards to the provision of routine haemostasis testing.

Contact Details:

Position
Contact Details
Haemostasis and Thrombosis
Coordinator
St. James University Hospital
Pathology Block 32 
2nd Floor 
Specialist Haematology.
Beckett Street
LS9 7TF

Contact Number:

0113 20 66166

 Laboratory Advanced Biomedical Scientists
St. James University Hospital (SJUH)
Christopher Wilks and Aimee Maud
Haemostasis and Thrombosis Laboratory
St. James University Hospital
Pathology Block 32 
2nd Floor 
Specialist Haematology.
Beckett Street
LS9 7TF
General Haemostasis and Thrombosis Enquires:
 0113 20 65620

Page updated: 22/02/2017 | Updated by: Michael O'Sullivan

Haemostasis and Thrombosis Laboratory