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Contacts and how to find us

How to find us

We are located on the ground floor of the Cancer Centre within the Heritage Building:

Haemophilia Unit
Cancer Centre
Heritage Building
Mindelsohn Way
Birmingham
B15 2TH

Please note that although we are located within the Cancer Centre, we are different specialties.

Travel and parking information

The nearest car park is Car Park D, located opposite the Cancer Centre. Disabled spaces may be available on the ground floor. Alternative car parks are available elsewhere on the site - please see the "Car parking" link at the end of the page for further information about alternative parking and parking charges.

The nearest train station is University station, which is approximately a 10 minute walk from the hospital. The site is well served by local buses. Please see the "How to find us and your way around" link at the end of the page for further details.

Contacting us

The unit is open from 08:30 – 16:30, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays). An out of hours service is also available for acute situations.

Contacting us during working hours

ContactTelephone number(s)Details
Haemophilia nurses  0121 371 4995 A voicemail service is available. The team aim to return non-urgent calls by the end of the next working day. 
0121 371 4997
April Greenway (secretary to Dr Percy) 0121 371 7871  
Camillia Edmead (secretary to Dr Lester and Dr Lowe) 0121 371 4996 Please contact Camillia for changes to appointments. A voicemail facility is available, and we endeavour to return your call by the end of the next working day

Contacting us out of hours

If you need to be seen outside of the Haemophilia Unit's normal working hours in an acute situation, please contact the switchboard and ask to be directed to the haematology doctor on-call:

Tel: 0121 371 2000

The on-call doctor can arrange a review in the Acute Oncology Unit (AOU), which is located on Ward 622.

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