The haematology department within Fife Acute Hospitals is part of the South East of Scotland Cancer Network (SCAN). The department investigates and manages lymphomas and bone marrow malignancies such as acute and chronic leukaemia, myeloproliferative and myelodysplastic disorders.
An outpatient service is delivered both virtually and in face to face clinics. Haematology inpatients are managed on ward 34 Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy. Currently our haematology / oncology day unit is located at Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline, where chemotherapy and support treatments are administered. If you require autografting this procedure will be carried out at the Edinburgh Cancer centre. For allografting from sibling and unrelated donors, you will have this carried out at the Glasgow Bone Marrow Transplant Centre.
Should you wish to contact any of the cancer specialists, in the first instance call the department;