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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Paul Cervi at Spire include:
Haematology, coagulation and haematological oncology.
I am an experienced general haematologist, having worked as a consultant haematologist in Basildon Hospital since 1996 and transferred as head of department to Southend Hospital in 2010.
Following my graduation in medicine in 1984 (University of Dublin), I did my specialist registrar training (1989-1995) in University College London, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Whittington Hospital and Watford General Hospital. I obtained Membership of Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in 1986 and Royal College of Pathologists in 1991.
I believe in offering an honest and personal service. Patients are always anxious seeing a haematologist, and I strive to ensure patients are reassured as much as possible.
I specialise in haematological malignancy - such as lymphoma or myeloma, and will gladly manage patients with other disorders such as clotting problems and anaemia's etc.
I am available at the Spire Wellesley Hospital on Tuesday afternoons.
Lymphoma and myeloma, anaemia's and myeloproliferative disorders.
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I am a keen innovator, and have developed and implemented new technologies like bone marrow biopsy devices, automatic transmission of lab reports and chemotherapy scripts. I enjoy opera, gardening and walking my golden retriever, Sam.Back to top
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