The Wesley Hospital’s Leukaemia Bone Marrow Transplant Unit is the only fully-integrated, comprehensive service of its kind within a private hospital in Queensland.
The unit, which has performed over 1000 transplants in the past 20 years, is a collaboration between Icon Cancer Foundation, Leukaemia Foundation, Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology and The Wesley Hospital.
With specialised nursing and surgical staff, a scientific laboratory and a custom-designed 9-bed isolation ward for recovery, the unit is able to provide all-encompassing care for patients with blood cancer. The unit, located in Wesley hospital Ward 4W, is committed to providing comprehensive, collaborative and compassionate care to every patient.
The Bone Marrow Transplant Unit plays an integral role in the Wesley’s commitment to excellence in cancer care.
If you have any queries or require more information please contact the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit on 07 3232 7849.
Leukaemia Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit Director Dr John Bashford. Dr Bashford was one of the original oncologists who formed the idea to build this service, the first of its kind housed in a private hospital, in the early 1990s.