The Haematology Day Unit
There are 6 seated areas for patients to receive chemotherapy, transfusions and other medications. The Nursing staff are highly experienced and will answer any questions you have. It has a quiet and relaxed environment.
Patient comments about the Haematology Day Unit
“I really enjoy coming to the unit the staff are very much like family to me. The nurses are friendly and nothing is too much trouble for them. It’s so relaxed that I often fall asleep.’’
‘‘The first time I came to the unit I was wondering what was going to happen but I soon relaxed as the staff were so friendly. They are always so pleasant, comforting and helpful - if you want anything you just have to ask. I couldn’t wish for anything better.’’
‘‘The unit is very clean and very good. On my first visit the nurses went through everything with me, I was given leaflets and felt fully informed. The nurses are welcoming and really know what they are doing’’
Where is it?
The Haematology Day Unit is on Level 9 of the Sussex Kidney Unit. Click here to view a map of the hospital site. It is located above the multi-storey car park which is accessed from North Road. The car park is the main car park for the hospital and from mid-morning to afternoon there are delays in entering the car park and getting a space, so please leave plenty of time.
How do I get to it?
From the multi-storey car park.
There is lift access from level 6 which is the ground floor of the multi-storey car park. Take the lift to level 9. Head through the double doors on leaving the lift. Then continue straight ahead through a second set of double doors following the sign. Follow the corridor left around the corner and you will see the Day Unit on your right, there are chairs outside for people to sit on whilst waiting.
The prices for parking are as follows:
From Eastern Road.
What are the opening times?
The Haematology Day Unit is open from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday.
What are the contact details?
The ward telephone number is 01273 696955 ext 7413
Written by: Dr T Rider
Editor: Dr J Newman