UCLH is a centre of excellence in the management of patients with acute and chronic leukaemia. We provide an advanced diagnostic service and a comprehensive treatment programme for patients with different types of leukaemia. Our chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) service cares for patients who may only require monitoring, as well as those who require treatment, whether that is first-line treatment or those with relapsed CLL.
We have close academic links with University College London (UCL) and the majority of our consultants are involved in research programmes there. Many of our patients are offered the opportunity to get involved in national or locally run clinical trials providing access to the latest treatments. Find out more about joining clinical trials here.
Our CLL services are based at the University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre and include outpatient-based chemotherapy and a full range of supportive care including complementary therapies. Patients requiring more intensive treatment may be cared for on the Ambulatory Care Unit or in University College Hospital (UCH).
Other contact information
For all general and GP enquires regarding acute leukaemia, please contact Sarah Benn-Hirsch on 020 3447 7179
For all general and GP enquires regarding chronic leukaemia, please contact Sarah Benn-Hirsch on 020 3447 7179
If you are a patient, please call the patient telephone line for all queries to your team: 020 3447 7359. Please note the line is open Monday to Friday 9:00-17:00.
Outside of the office hours (listed above) and for medical advice only, patients may call the haematology ward: 07852 220 900. Please note this line is for patients only – medical professionals should call the general enquiries line for any patient-related queries.
University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre
Outpatient clinics and haematology day care unit:
London WC1E 6AG
University College Hospital
T16 South and T13 North
London NW1 2PG