The haematology section provides high-quality treatment for patients with haematological (blood) diseases. The unit is a Center of Excellence of stem cell transplantation. The patient, quality, safety and effectiveness of treatment are at the core of all our activities. The foundation of haematological therapy is continuous scientific research. Our aim is to maintain high quality treatment and to integrate swiftly the most recent treatment practices into our clinical work.
Treatments are organized flexibly and always optimized individually in timely manner for each patient.
Our objective is to become one of the best units providing haematological therapy and stem cell transplantation services in the Nordic countries.
We treat patients at the
The haematology unit is located in the
We are a Full Member of the European Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation
Our stem cell transplantation unit has been internationally accredited since 2006 by international quality system of
JACIE/EBMT. This accreditation is reviewed by regular audits to guarantee continuous adherence to the international quality criteria set by the
The stem cell transplantation unit of Turku University Hospital, a part of the Western Cancer Centre (FICAN West), has been appointed a Centre for Excellence in the Hospital District of Southwest Finland.
At our unit, patients are cared for by a multiprofessional team of top experts in the field of haematology. We focus on continuous education and training of our staff and on a high level of well-being at work.
Our physicians are highly experienced professionals in haematology. They put much effort into continuous scientific research to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients with blood diseases.
Head of nursing staff
Head nurse of department
Phone 02 313 2015
Assistant head nurse of department
Phone 02 313 5015
A team of highly professional nurses attend to you at the haematology ward and outpatient clinic.
We provide excellent nursing care!
Patients from all over Finland are welcome for assessment and treatment. Each patient has the freedom to choose where to be treated. The decision to seek specialized medical care is made by the patient in consultation with her/his treating physician. You are free to request a referral from your physician to a treatment location of your choice.