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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical Haematology

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Haemoglobinopathies Service

The Haemoglobinopathies Service provides a comprehensive clinical service for the population of Oxfordshire and acts as the hub for major haemoglobinopathy referrals for tertiary care from the Thames Valley network.

It has strong links with other hospitals in the network, including joint education meetings, joint consultant appointments and specialist registrar rotational training.

The Clinical Haemoglobinopathy Service has close links with the University of Oxford through internationally recognised units and laboratories with an interest in disorders of haemoglobin, including the MRC Molecular Haematology Unit within the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (WIMM).


We may ask our patients if they would like to take part in a clinical trial. For more information please visit:



Haemoglobinopathies Clinic

  • Alternate Fridays 9.00am - 1.00pm
  • Level 0, Cancer and Haematology Centre, Churchill Hospital

Our team


The service is led by consultant haematologists:

  • Dr Wale Atoyebi
  • Dr Graham Collins
  • Dr Toby Eyre
  • Dr Deborah Hay
  • Dr Jaimal Kothari
  • Dr Noemi Roy

Nurse Practitioners


There is an open access Leg Ulcer Service provided by the Dermatology Department.

Please contact:

  • Helen Butterfield
    Leg Ulcer Nurse Specialist
    Dermatology Department
    Churchill Hospital
    Old Road
    Oxford OX3 7LE


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