Haematology and Haemotherapy
The specialisation of haematology and haemotherapy plays a clinical role in addition its involvement with the haemotherapy laboratory. This means it is one of the central hospital departments, which have to supply other departments with any studies or tests requested quickly and to a high standard. This activity requires significant organization, appropriate quality control, and planning and management to foresee future needs.
Another feature of haematology and haemotherapy is the wide range of disorders and techniques it deals with, which include haematopoietic stem cell transplants.
Accredited places: 3
Why specialise at Vall d’Hebron?
- Because we are a tertiary hospital with outstanding departments. The number of patients who pass through the centre offers great potential for learning and gaining experience.
- Because we cover most specialisations and you will have the opportunity to see complex conditions and to use cutting-edge diagnostic techniques and treatments.
- Because our training programme can adapt to the initiative and vocation of each resident, with more emphasis on patient-contact or research according to their needs.