Haemophilia and bleeding disorders
Our haemophilia comprehensive care centre offers support, treatment and advice to patients and families affected by haemophilia and other bleeding disorders. We work with inpatients, outpatients and emergency cases, and treat people of all ages.
We're an open access walk-in facility, providing services in accordance with the guidelines set by the United Kingdom Haemophilia Centre Doctor’s Organisation (UKHCDO).
Where to find us
We're located on C level of Southampton General Hospital. Please come in through the main entrance, continue through the double doors to children's outpatients (between M&S and Subway), and you will find us on your right.
We have one allocated parking space for patients who need to come in for emergency treatment. The space is outside the IDU department, which is near the main hospital entrance, opposite the disabled parking bay (car park number 2). For directions to the car parking space please see the map here.
This space is free of charge. Before coming in please call the haemophilia nurse specialist on the telephone number below, so they can give you a parking permit when you arrive.
In addition, patients with severe haemophilia may be entitled to a blue badge for disabled parking. Find out how to apply for a blue badge.
For enquires during office hours (8.30am to 4.30pm) please call 023 8120 4047.
For emergency enquires out of hours please call 023 8077 7222 and ask for the haematology registrar on-call, who will give you further instructions.
For all other enquires please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Haemophilia comprehensive care centre
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
Southampton, SO16 6YD