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Key Contacts for the Haematology/Blood Transfusion/Immunology Service:

 General Result and Specimen Enquiries
YorkMonday - Friday

08.30 - 18:30

Telephone: ( 01904 72) 6802 
ScarboroughMonday - Friday

08.30 - 18:30 

 Telephone: ( 01723 34) 2350 
At all other times: Contact the Biomedical Scientist on Call via bleep 842 (York)  or the hospital switchboard '0' (Scarborough)
Clinical Advice 

The Haematology consultant is available for clinical advice queries.  Please only contact them via hospital switchboard.


Contact E-Mail Telephone Bleep

Laboratory Lead

Dr M R Howard

Consultant Haematologist 72) 5586997

Clinical Lead

Dr L Munro

Consultant Haematologist 72) 5892 639

Dr LR Bond

Consultant Haematologist

(01904 72) 5671616

Dr A Whittle

Consultant Haematologist

(01904 72) 1980Wireless phone 4518

Dr M Robinson

Consultant Haematologist (01904 72) 1717

 Trust Mobile:

0798 097 2155

Dr M Jain

Consultant Haematologist 72)6382 

Mrs C Jepson & Mrs V. Capes

Secretarial Support for MRH & LRB

 (01904 72) 5854 

Mrs E. Calpin

Secretarial Support for LM & AW

 (01904 72) 5777 

Mrs H Atkin (am) & Mrs M Hunt (pm)

Assistant Medical Secretary

 (01904 72) 5851 

Mr C Smith

Head Biomedical Scientist 72) 5891 

Mr Richard Adams

Operational Manager (York) 72) 6189 
Mr Steve I'Anson

Operational Manager (Scarborough)

(01723 38) 5182 

Mrs Jenny Fullthorpe

Operational Manager Blood Transfusion (York & Scarborough)

(01904 72) 6334 
Mrs C Ivel (Transfusion Practitioner)

(01904 72) 5830 

Miss A Buxton

Senior Biomedical Scientist

Immunology Section (York)

(01904 72) 5738 


This Pharmacy led clinic is open 0800-1700, Mon-Fri and can be contacted on Ext (72)6785/ (72)6787

Outside of these times an emergency service is provided by the On call Pharmacist, who is contacted by switchboard

Web page last updated: 3rd February 2017


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While contagious viruses are active year-round, winter is a prime time for norovirus, colds, influenza (flu), and other respiratory illnesses.


These infections are highly contagious, so we urge people to stay away unless their visit is absolutely essential to help reduce the spread of infection within our hospitals.

Hospitals are full of sick people, many of them frail and elderly, so bringing germs into a hospital is the worst thing you can do.  We have an active programme of infection prevention but we can’t spot visitors who really shouldn’t be here.  Please stay at home if you’re unwell to help aid the wellbeing and recovery of our patients.