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The Leukemia/Bone Marrow Transplant Program of BC

For Patients & Families
Patient Education

As a patient, you are an essential part of the healthcare team. We expect to have your input and cooperation in your treatment and recovery. We encourage you to keep some sense of independence and control over your own care as much as possible.

This section of the website will provide you with the information you need to carry out your responsibilities as a patient, as well as facts about the Inpatient and Outpatient Units.

We hope that this knowledge will help make coming to the hospital less stressful.

Your Responsibilities

Find out what your responsibilities are as a patient. Read about Choosing a Caregiver, Healthy Living, How to Prevent Infection and managing Your Surroundings & Environment. more...

T15 Leukemia/BMT Inpatient Unit

This is where patients stay when they are admitted. Find out what to expect before you come to the hospital. Topics include amenities on the unit, what you should bring, visitor guidelines, and more...

CP6 Leukemia/BMT Daycare Outpatient Unit

This is where our outpatients receive their treatment. Find out what to expect before you come for your appointment. Topics include amenities on the unit & in the hospital, what happens in BMT Daycare, and more...

Hematology Apheresis Unit (HAU)

This is where blood stem cell donors and patients undergoing autologous transplants will visit for assessment and stem cell collection. more...

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