Haemophilia Treatment Centre Team
- HTC Director and Consultant Haematologist - Dr. Stephanie P'ng
- Consultant Haematologist - Dr. Dominic Pepperell
- Clinical Nurse Donsultant - Sandra Lochore
- Social Worker - Charlotte Bradley-Peni
- Physiotherapist - Carole Steinier
- WA ABDR Data Manager/Trial Coordinator - Marina Goruppi
The Adult Haemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Clinic is held at the Fiona Stanley Hospital Treatment Centre every second Monday. Dates are subject to change around public holidays.
Your appointments are sent via mail, please ensure that your details are up to date to avoid missing appointments. You will be assigned appointment times relevant to your condition.
If you are travelling from country WA, please follow this link for travel and accommodation supplement information.
The Adult Social Work service at Fiona Stanley Hospital provides a range of psychosocial services including assessment, counselling and psycho-social support for individuals and family, provision of resource information and coping strategies, access to community services, and advocacy. The service covers a wide variety of issues that affect the Haemophilia and Bleeding Disorders community including ageing, disability, adjustment, relationships and financial management.
Should you require assistance in the community as a result of your bleeding condition the HTC Social Worker is available to link you with the appropriate community agency.
Such agencies include, but are not limited to:
- Home and Community Care (HACC), can be accessed at the following website:
This program provides assistance including with household tasks, meals, minor work in the garden, nursing care, personal care. qualification for this service is not aged-related but is dependent on factors including the level of disability. Application is through the Aged Care Gateway on 1800 200 422.
Further information is available through WA Regional Assessment Service, telephone 1300 785 415 or HACC service providers such as Silver Chain.
- Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) assessments:
An assessment is needed where there are complex aged care needs and services (including respite, residential care, or home support services) are required.
Referrals to ACAT can be made by anyone, and it does not have to be from a doctor. GPs are often the referrer, but also families and other professionals. ACAT assessments are made in hospital or in the community by an ACAT team usually consisting of nurse, social worker or other health care professional. The above information can also be sourced in the following website: