Our hematologists are able to provide comprehensive care for patients online, including discussing test results, writing e-prescriptions and providing consultations and medical advice. For examinations, we are able to receive patients face-to-face.
We have implemented a strict procedure at the clinic in light of the epidemic. You can find more information about this at the link below. More >>
Hematology deals with disorders of the hematopoietic and lymphatic tissue. In many cases, hematologic problems are detected during a routine blood test, but the status of the lymph nodes as well as spleen enlargement may also indicate a problem. Our physicians are specialized in coagulation disorders and malignant hematologic diseases.
When should you visit a hematologist?
- Diagnosed with a hematologic disease
- Anemia, inherited or acquired
- Iron deficiency
- Blood thinning (anti-coagulation)
- Enlarged lymph nodes or spleen
- Pale skin
- Fatigue, weakness
- Feeling cold
- Decreasing ability to concentrate
- Itchy skin, brittle nails
- Dizziness, headache, feeling faint
In oncological cases we perform diagnostic examinations such as lab tests, X-ray, and ultrasound, and we provide professional opinions and consultations involving different medical subspecialties.