The Leukemia/Bone Marrow Transplant Program facility has four main areas at the Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) to serve the needs of patients.

Click on the following links for more details:

Inpatient Unit – Tower 15 (VGH)

The Leukemia/BMT Inpatient Unit located on the 15th Floor of the Jim Pattison Pavilion at Vancouver General Hospital.

The Inpatient Unit cares for patients with leukemia and related blood illnesses who require hospital admission for treatment such as  chemotherapy and stem cell transplant.

For an in-depth description of the Inpatient Unit and what to expect during a hospital stay, go here.

For the Inpatient Unit contact and location information, go to contact.

Outpatient Daycare Unit – Krall Centre, LB6 (VGH)

The Outpatient Daycare Unit is located at the Krall Centre on the 6th floor of the Blackmore Pavilion at Vancouver General Hospital. It is often referred to as LB6 Daycare.

LB6 Daycare provides a number of services such as:

  • Follow-up care for recently discharged patients
  • Chemotherapy
  • Antibiotics and blood product transfusion
  • Patient and family teaching and counselling

For an in-depth description of the Outpatient Daycare Unit and what to expect during a vist, go here.

For the Outpatient Daycare Unit contact and location information, go to contact.

Doctors’ Clinic – Krall Centre, LB6 (VGH)

The Doctors’ Clinic is located at the Krall Centre on the 6th floor of the Blackmore Pavilion at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH).

The Doctors’ Clinic is where patients go for their first and follow-up appointments with their primary hematologist.

For the Doctors’ Clinic contact and location information, go here.

To learn about how to book appointments, go here.

Hematology Apheresis Unit, Krall Centre, LB6

The Hematology Apheresis Unit is located at the Krall Centre on the 6th floor of the Blackmore Pavilion at Vancouver General Hospital. It is often referred to as the HAU.

The Hematology Apheresis Unit assesses patients and donors who will undergo peripheral blood stem cell collection. The actual collection also takes place in the HAU. Other services that the HAU provides include:

  • Chemotherapy administration
  • Blood product transfusion
  • Phlebotomy

For an in-depth description of the Hematology Apheresis Unit, go here.

Long Term Follow-up Clinic

For information on the Long Term Follow Up Clinic, please click here