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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Paediatric (children's) Haematology/Oncology MDT

Our Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) meets on a weekly/fortnightly basis to discuss, in confidence, all patients, those newly referred and those on treatment.

The age range we currently treat is 0-18 years in full-time education, covering all cancers and leukaemias within that age group.

The team comprises all the doctors, nurses and other health service staff who treat children with cancer and leukaemia within the Thames Valley.

This approach ensures that all necessary investigations are carried out as quickly as possible and that all treatment options are discussed throughout the disease process. Plans can then be discussed with the child and family.

The Paediatric Haematology/Oncology MDT includes the following members.

Consultant Paediatric Haematologists

  • Dr N Bhatnagar
  • Dr G Hall
  • Dr A Qureshi

Consultant Paediatric Oncologists

  • Dr E Blanco
  • Dr A Mitchell
  • Dr S Wilson

Clinical Oncologists (Radiotherapy)

  • Dr D Cutter
  • Dr T Foord

Consultant Paediatric Neurosurgeons

  • Mr A Calisto
  • Mr J Jayamohan
  • Mr S Magdum

Consultant Paediatric Surgeon

Prof K Lakhoo

Consultant Paediatric Pathologist

Dr D Fowler

Consultant Paediatric Radiologists

  • Dr A Chakraborty
  • Dr K Parks
  • Dr K Platt

Lead Nurse

Rebecca Hester

Ward Sister

Clare Jamieson

Paediatric Oncology Outreach Nurse Specialists

  • Charlie Rogers
  • Zoe Hines

Research Nurse

  • Jennie Morton
  • Rebecca Walker

Pharmacists

  • Kirsten Wynn
  • Stephen Amoah-Nyako

MDT Co-ordinator

TBC

ClicSargent Social Workers

  • Hayley McGivern
  • Sarah O'Hagan

Further information

Fertility preservation

We now offer a service which preserves fertility in patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy. This involves the freezing of ovarian or testicular tissue for reimplantation later in life.

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