The SELSE HCC, formerly known as STSTN (South Thames Sickle and Thalassaemia Network), is a network of hospitals and healthcare professionals working together to improve care for people with sickle cell disorder and thalassaemia (blood disorders).

What does the SELSE HCC do?

  • Supports hospitals: They help hospitals with less experience in treating these conditions by providing training and advice.
  • Connects specialists: They bring together specialists from different hospitals to share knowledge and ensure everyone gets the best care.
  • Develops resources: They create resources for patients and healthcare professionals, including patient information leaflets and treatment guidelines.
  • Funds research: They contribute to research into new treatments for sickle cell disorder and thalassaemia.

What hospitals are in the network?

How can I find out more?