Hospital Acquired Thrombosis

What is HAT?

Hospital Acquired Thrombosis (HAT) is defined as any episode of venous thromboembolism arising in the 90 days following admission to hospital (Department of Health 2010).

More at risk patients are:

  • Overweight

  • Old age

  • Oncology

  • Obstetric

  • On-going medical conditions

  • Operation - those patients having surgery

Useful HAT contacts 

Rhianwen Griffiths/ Delyth Williams 

Thromboprophylaxis Specialist Nurse (YG) Tel 4663

Christine Welburn

Thromboprophylaxis Specialist Nurse (YGC) Bleep 4160

Lisa Pemberton 

Thromboprophylaxis Specialist Nurse (Wrx) 

Bleep 5304

Clinical Leads

  • Dr Brian Tehan (BCUHB)

  • Dr Karen Mottart (West)

  • Mr Amir Hanna (Central)

  • Dr David Watson (East)

Education 

Glan Clwyd Hospital and Wrexham Maelor are now VTE Exemplar Centres

© 2018 BCUQI

 BCUHB is not responsible for external link content nor external Twitter comments.

 Several external organisations' logos are used: they all link to their respective websites.

BCUHB staff should not use any health board system passwords including nadex passwords when using the members area of this site 

Privacy Statement | GDPR:

The BCUQI Team (part of the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board) may share your personal information within the team and relevant health board staff for the purposes of administration of Members' Area/Forum as well as booking onto events.  By booking a place at events using this site, or applying for membership, you agree to this policy and for your data to be retained indefinitely for the purpose of Quality Improvement work and consent to us contacting you in future. This booking may involve an external provider such as 'EventBrite', in which case their Privacy Policy will apply. You may contact us for more information about any data  or photographs we hold, including asking us to delete these, by contacting us by email (bcu.qualityimprovement@wales.nhs.uk).