What is Hematology?

Hematology is a branch of medicine that deals with the study of blood and blood-related disorders. At our center, we understand the complexities of hematologic disorders and strive to provide the best possible care for our patients. Our team of experienced hematologists and oncologists work together to provide comprehensive and individualized care for a variety of hematologic conditions, including:

Our Hematologists are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of hematologic disorders and use the latest medical advancements and therapies to provide effective care for our patients. We also offer specialized clinics for patients with hematologic disorders, such as the Leukemia Clinic, Myeloma Clinic, and Platelet Disorders Clinic, to provide comprehensive care for these specific conditions.

We understand that a hematologic disorder can be a difficult and emotional experience for both the patient and their loved ones. Our team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to providing emotional support and guidance throughout the entire treatment process. We work with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan and provide ongoing care to ensure that they receive the best possible outcome.

What are Blood Disorders?

Our blood is responsible for transporting oxygen from our lungs and the nutrient products of digestion to the various tissues which comprise the body. The blood also carries the waste products of metabolism away from these tissues to be excreted from the body. Additionally, blood circulation allows the cells (the “blood cells”) to perform various functions, such as immune surveillance and wound healing.

Each function performed by these blood cells is a reason why these cells are necessary for our overall health and well-being. Blood disorders arise when the blood cells become unable to perform their necessary functions in the body. For example, anemia occurs when our red blood cells become unable to transport oxygen properly to our body tissues to support our metabolism. This is why patients with anemia often report experiencing fatigue (tiredness).

If you or a loved one is facing a hematologic disorder, our team is here to help. Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of the providers today.

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