We diagnose and treat blood diseases at the Department of Hematology at the American Hospital.
A medical doctor should complete his/her residency in internal medicine and pass a fellowship exam for an education and training period of three years to become a hematologist. Our experienced team consists of specialists who have successfully completed this essential training and they subsequently serve all patients admitted to our department with a personalized approach, up-to-date medical knowledge and cutting edge equipment. While our physicians treat hematology cancers on a national and international scale they also maintain their clinical investigations.
Our department also takes care of benign blood diseases along with the treatment of various blood cancers. Moreover, conditioning treatments of stem cell transplantations are also available at our department.
The Hematology Department of the American Hospital is well known for international and local genetic profiling, globally integrated clinical trials, the establishment of disease risk profiles definitions, detection of residual diseases at a molecular level as well as personalized treatment.
We provide our patients with nutritional counseling at our department, wherein a holistic approach is adopted, along with psychological and social support. We mobilize all available rehabilitation and palliative opportunities.