Dr Sara Trompeter
Dr Sara Trompeter is a Consultant Haematologist and Paediatric Haematologist at University College London Hospitals (UCLH) and NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT).
She graduated from the University of Bristol in 1997 with degrees in medicine (MBChB) and psychology (BSc). She was awarded MRCPCH by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health in 1999, FRCPath by the Royal College of Pathology in 2007 and an MSc from the University of Oxford in 2017.
She was appointed Consultant Haematologist at NHS Blood and Transplant and UCLH in 2011. She is the lead for paediatric haematology and a core member of the adult service with extensive clinical experience in red cell disorders including sickle cell and thalassaemia as well as disorders of iron metabolism.
Dr Trompeter has an active research profile leading the paediatric red cell research programme at UCLH and co-leading the HAEM-MATCH consortium which aims to bring extended artificial intelligence (AI) driven, genetically matched blood to the patient bedside to reduce the complications of transfusion.
Most recently she has been successful as a recipient of major grants from the National institute in Healthcare Research and NHSBT. She has lectured and published on many aspects of red cell disorders.
Sickle cell | Thalassaemia | Hereditary Spherocytosis
G6PD Deficiency | Hereditary Elliptocytosis | Iron Deficiency | Iron Excess including Haemochromatosis | Raised Ferritin Levels | Blood Transfusion Problems
Dr Trompeter is an expert in red cell and iron disorders and blood transfusion as relates to these. Although she practices in the private sector, the majority of her clinical work is in the NHS. As lead for the red cell paediatric service and a key member of the adult red cell team at University College Hospital she is part of a team that looks sees over 100 patients with red cell disorders a week as outpatients, 60 patients a week for blood transfusions as well as looking after patients on the inpatient wards
I rate this doctor extremely highly, very personable, very knowledgeable, excellent at explaining information and issues to consider, 100 percent happy with my child's care in this doctor's hands
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