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Haemoglobinopathy Service (0 to 19 Children’s Service – Luton)

In order to deliver the best possible patient care during the Coronavirus outbreak, we will be reorganising aspects of children's services that are provided and delivered by CCS NHS Trust. Please see the details on our public website ('s-how-coronavirus-is-affecting-our-services) for which services will be continuing, what changes will be made, and what will be suspended until further notice. Please also check back to this page in future for further updates.

For service users with sickle cell or thalassaemia, their family, carers, partners and friends.

We can help you to get:

  • specialist information and advice about sickle cell and thalassaemia conditions
  • pre-natal, ante-natal and neo-natal screening
  • counselling and support services for those affected by sickle cell and thalassaemia
  • home visits to assess and address individual needs
  • health information to help to maintain the best state of health and reduce hospital admission
  • links between hospital, community services and home

We can also help you to access other services such as:

  • GPs
  • district nurses
  • practice nurses
  • school nurses
  • health visitors
  • social services
  • physiotherapy
  • local treatment centres
  • counselling service
  • voluntary service
  • dietitian
  • hospital services
  • psychology services

Further information about the services we provide can be found using the contact details below.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Haemoglobinopathy Service

Last updated 09/09/2020