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Kingston Haematology Patient Support Group

The Kingston PSG is a new group set up with the support of the Haematology Day Unit at Kingston Hospital.
It is for patients with Myeloma, Lymphoma and Leukaemia, whether under active treatment or not, and their families and carers.
It is designed to give emotional support and advice, providing opportunities to share experiences with others who have gone through, or are going through, similar journeys.
Particularly welcome are those who have been newly diagnosed and are having to come to terms with a life-changing condition.
It is patient-led, so please feel free to contact Dorothy at any time for further information.

 

 

 

Support Group Overview

Venue Information

Kingston Hospital
Galsworthy Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey
KT2 7QB

Who to contact

Dorothy Gonsalves, Support Group Leader
E: dorothygons@yahoo.co.uk
M: 07961 273528

 

 

Upcoming Dates

Meetings are currently being held over Zoom. Please contact the Support Group Leader for information on meeting dates and times.

 

 

Venue & Parking Information

The current minimum fee is £2.00 (for the first hour) and £1.50 for each hour thereafter (up to five hours).

Car Parking Tariffs at Kingston Hospital

  • Up to 1 hour £2.00
  • Up to 2 hours £3.50
  • Up to 3 hours £5.00

Blue Badge Holders

The Trust have introduced a £2.00 flat rate fee for Blue Badge Holders. This is a reduced fee to those normally charged. To benefit from the discounted rate please register your details on the form below at least 48 hours prior to your first visit.

To register your Blue Badge at Kingston Hospital please fill out the form below. For more information please click here for the leaflet.

Contact Information

Dorothy Gonsalves, Support Group Leader
E: dorothygons@yahoo.co.uk
M: 07961 273528

 

For information about the Support Group please contact the Support Group Leader whose contact details are listed above.
For all general enquiries about myeloma please contact the Myeloma Infoline on 0800 980 3332 or email askthenurse@myeloma.org.uk