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Blood and Marrow Transplant Network

Working to improve the experience and delivery of healthcare for patients accessing Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) services across NSW.

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  • Maintains the centralised quality management service and adapts to changes in national and international standards and work practices.
  • To develop a  model of care and standard guidelines for the management of long term follow-up care for allogeneic BMT patients to ensure optimal post-transplant care for all patients especially those in rural NSW . Follow-up for these adult and paediatric patients is life-long.
  • To develop and implement a seamless transition service for paediatric BMT patients into the adult BMT service.
  • To support an annual statewide audit of environmental cleaning standards.
  • To support the continued education and professional development of the BMT nursing and apheresis staff and other health professionals.

BMT Network Group Information 2018


The NSW BMT Network has made significant achievements in the areas of clinician support, education, research and policy setting. Among the achievements include:

Blood and Marrow Transplant Network


Richard Makin
A/Network and Quality Manager