Discovering and Delivering Compassionate, Coordinated Care
The Blood and Marrow Transplant program at UMass Memorial Medical Center, located in Worcester, MA, is the most comprehensive center for blood and marrow transplant services in Central New England, offering:
- Unrelated bone marrow transplants (from someone who is not a relative)
- Allogeneic transplants (from someone else)
- Autologous bone marrow transplants (from one’s own blood or bone marrow)
- Stem cell transplants
- Cord blood transplants
You can feel confident in knowing that our program is fully accredited. It’s also one of only five in New England to do bone marrow transplants from donors who are not related to each other. Since the program began in 1994, hundreds of transplants have been done.
Diseases that may be treated include:
A bone marrow or cord blood transplant (also known as BMT) can be used to treat patients with life-threatening blood, immune system or genetic disorders. A transplant replaces unhealthy blood-forming cells with healthy ones.
Our Blood and Marrow Transplant program is a member of the:
And is fully accredited by
- Multiple myeloma and other plasma cell disorders
- Severe aplastic anemia and sickle cell disease
Ambulatory Care Center
To match the world-class care provided for you, many outpatient cancer care services are located in our new Ambulatory Care Center
, which offers:
- Spacious and comfortable waiting, treatment and exam rooms
- Private and semi-private infusion rooms
- Quiet contemplative space
- Beautiful views of Lake Quinsigamond
To learn more about our Blood and Marrow Transplant program, call our HOPE Line at 866-597-HOPE.