Dr Robert Marcus
Medical interests: General haematology; malignant haematological disorders such as lymphoma, leukaemia and myeloma. Dr Marcus has a special interest in using antibodies and other novel therapies to treat haematological malignancies.
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As a Consultant Haematologist much of my work involves reviewing patients who have had abnormal blood test results to establish a precise diagnosis. A careful assessment is followed by additional investigations such as bone marrow examination and a review of imaging and biopsy results. I then develop a treatment plan for each patient or arrange for them to have the most appropriate onward referral. Blood disorders in many patients are due to other underlying medical problems and it is particularly satisfying to be able to see them here or refer them rapidly to my group of expert colleagues at The Physicians' Clinic. My own special interest is the management of malignant haematological disorders such as lymphoma, leukaemia and myeloma and I am able to offer these patients the latest evidence-based therapies at Leaders in Oncology Care in Harley Street.
Dr Marcus qualified in medicine at University College Hospital (UCH) in 1977 and underwent postgraduate training in Haematology at UCH, Hammersmith and the Royal Free hospitals. He moved to Cambridge to take up a Consultant position in 1987, where he established the East Anglia Bone Marrow Transplant Unit. He moved back to London to take up a post as Consultant Haematologist at King’s College Hospital in 2008.
In addition to his NHS post as Consultant Haematologist at King’s College Hospital, Dr Marcus is also Consultant Haematologist for Leaders in Oncology Care. He is also Chief Investigator of several clinical trials investigating the use of new agents in lymphoma and chairs the low grade lymphoma subgroup of the National Cancer Research Institute’s lymphoma committee.
Dr Marcus is also a member of the British Society for Haematology group that is developing guidelines for the treatment of follicular lymphoma, cerebral lymphoma and post-transplant lymphoma. He is also Medical Vice President of the Leukaemia Care Society and medical advisor to the Lymphoma Association.
Consultant Haematologist, Kings College Hospital.
Dr Robert Marcus: fees
|Type of patient||Initial consultation||Follow up consultation|
|Self Pay||Up to £300||Up to £200|
|Insured||Within the schedule of charges for specific insurance companies*||Within the schedule of charges for specific insurance companies*|
* If your policy covers consultations, in most cases, there will be no shortfall to pay (but you may have an excess liability on your policy).
Please note however, some policies do not cover the full cost of consultations, and there may be a shortfall to pay. In that instance, it is the responsibility of the patient to pay the shortfall in full. Please always check your policy conditions or contact your insurer as necessary.