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Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre

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HALIFAX, Nova Scotia B3H 2Y9
Global Leader in Lymphoma
Global Leader in Leukemia
Conducts research for Plasma Cell Neoplasms
Conducts research for Multiple Myeloma
Conducts research for Breast Cancer
372 reported clinical trials
31 medical researchers
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Summary

Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre is a medical facility located in HALIFAX, Nova Scotia. This center is recognized for care of Lymphoma, Leukemia, Plasma Cell Neoplasms, Multiple Myeloma, Breast Cancer and other specialties. Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre is involved with conducting 372 clinical trials across 335 conditions. There are 31 research doctors associated with this hospital, such as David P. Lee, MD, Ivan Wong, MD, Ricardo Rendon, MD, and Sudeep Shivakumar, MD.

Area of expertise

1Lymphoma
Global Leader
Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre has run 26 trials for Lymphoma. Some of their research focus areas include:
Stage IV
Stage III
13q positive
2Leukemia
Global Leader
Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre has run 23 trials for Leukemia. Some of their research focus areas include:
hepatitis B DNA negative
13q positive
13q negative

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Frequently asked questions

What kind of research happens at Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre?
Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre is a medical facility located in HALIFAX, Nova Scotia. This center is recognized for care of Lymphoma, Leukemia, Plasma Cell Neoplasms, Multiple Myeloma, Breast Cancer and other specialties. Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre is involved with conducting 372 clinical trials across 335 conditions. There are 31 research doctors associated with this hospital, such as David P. Lee, MD, Ivan Wong, MD, Ricardo Rendon, MD, and Sudeep Shivakumar, MD.
Where is Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre located?
The Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, situated in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, encompasses two main campuses: the Victoria site and the Halifax Infirmary site. The Victoria site houses the Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre, Bethune, Mackenzie, Centre for Clinical Research, Dickson, Victoria, and Centennial buildings. Meanwhile, the Halifax Infirmary site is comprised of the Halifax Infirmary, Charles V. Keating Emergency and Trauma Centre, Abbie J. Lane Memorial, and Camp Hill Veteran's Memorial buildings, with the emergency department located at the south end of the Halifax Infirmary site.
Who should I call to ask about financial aid or insurance network?
The Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre offers the QEII Patient Assistance Fund, granting up to $1000 to eligible patients for expenses such as rent, mortgage, lodging, home utilities, and other medical-related costs. For detailed information on financial assistance and insurance, contact the hospital directly at their main switchboard (902-473-2700) or patient switchboard (902-473-1510). Further details on the hospital's financial assistance policy and application process are available on The Queen's Health System website.
What insurance does Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre accept?
The Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre in Nova Scotia, Canada, is a leading multi-campus teaching and research organization. It offers specialized medical treatments, innovative therapies, and is affiliated with the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine. Patients should contact their insurance company for current coverage information at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre.
What awards or recognition has Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre received?
The Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre Foundation, located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, reported total revenues of $13.4 million in F2021, thanks to various campaigns and donations. It manages its investments through external investment managers, incurring fees based on market value. With funding reserves of $96 million, the Foundation can sustain its F2021 grant level for nearly eleven years.