About the clinic:
The Clinic of Clinical Hematology offers opportunities for diagnosis, staging, treatment and follow-up of patients with benign and malignant blood diseases in accordance with the highest standards in modern medicine.

In conjunction with the other clinical and laboratory facilities of the hospital, including a state-of-the-art genetics and immunology laboratory, the clinic offers patients a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of hematologic diseases.

The Clinic of Clinical Hematology has the facilities to carry out modern treatments by providing each patient with the option of administering the drugs in the greatest comfort, centralized drug dilution. Controlled infusion of antitumor therapy is also carried out with devices for apparatus venous infusion, which achieve optimal control of the concentration and flow of drug substance to the body.

If necessary, patients with haematological diseases can have a discussion with a psychologist.

The Clinical Hematology Clinic applies all innovative approaches for the treatment of benign and malignant hematological diseases – anemias, coagulopathies, acute and chronic leukemias, Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphomas, myeloma, etc. Bone marrow cytological and histological examination procedures (aspiration puncture and trepanobiopsy) are performed.

The treatment of haematological diseases is carried out in accordance with medical haematological standards, and the main therapeutic approaches include the application of chemotherapy, immunotherapy and targeted therapy.