Annual BMT Clinic
We have established this clinic in order to identify and understand long-term complications of BMT. This clinic will complement and not replace your standard follow-up care.
We are inviting patients who received a transplant to be seen annually in the BMT Long Term Follow-up Clinic. This program will provide important information to the BMT patient as well as the clinician caring for the patient.
I wish to personally welcome you to the Annual BMT clinic. The BMT team is very pleased to offer this opportunity for patients who have had a transplant to return for specialized recommendations for long term care.
Philip McCarthy MD
The RPCI Blood and Marrow Transplantation (BMT) program has developed an annual clinic for patients who have undergone blood or marrow transplantation. This clinic will allow for an important follow-up of patients who often have unique and specialized needs following BMT.
Clinic Contact: Mary Beth Schadel
716-845-8590 or 1-800-685-6825 ext. 8590
BMT Clinic Days: 1:30 - 4:00 pm on Fridays
The BMT Clinic consists of a dedicated BMT clinical team consisting of physicians, dentists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, nurses and social workers who can offer clinical advice and recommendations to BMT patients who often have unique and specialized needs.
In addition to offering clinical recommendations, the BMT Clinic can recommend specialty referrals including:
Cost – The cost will be that of a regular clinic visit.
We are inviting patients who received a transplant to be seen annually in the BMT Clinic; for preventative measures such as:
- Tracking of re-immunizations for patients who have undergone allogeneic BMT
- Monitoring patients receiving glucocorticoid therapy who are at high risk for premature osteoporosis.
- Monitoring BMT patients for dental problems due to higher risk post BMT. Our dental department will offer recommendations for long-term dental care
Annual BMT Clinic Team
The Annual BMT Clinic consists of a dedicated BMT clinical team consisting of physicians, dentists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, nurses and social workers who can offer clinical advice and recommendations to BMT patients who often have unique and specialized needs.
About the Physicians
Heading the team is Philip McCarthy MD. Dr. McCarthy is the Director of the Transplant Program and has been a transplant physician for 16 years.
The physicians and nurse practitioners who participate in this program include:
- Barabara Bambach MD who is an expert in Pediatric BMT
- Maureen Sullivan MD who is the chief of the RPCI dental department and and expert in dental care of the cancer patient
- Pam Paplham RN, NP who is nurse practitioner specializing in the care of BMT patients.