Dr Henry Chan



Dr Henry Chan is a New Zealand-trained haematologist with expertise in multiple myeloma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. After completing his advanced training in clinical and laboratory haematology, Henry undertook a clinical fellowship at the internationally-renowned Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada. Following his return to New Zealand, he has been involved in multiple international and local collaborative research trials. As the recipient of the Rotary Ross Craig Oncology Award, Henry is currently conducting research on myeloma genomics at the University of Auckland. He also serves as honorary senior lecturer at the University, an alternate member of the Australasian Myeloma Scientific Advisory Group, and a member of the Ministry of Health Tumour Streams. Henry has so far co-authored over 20 publications and abstracts


  • Multiple Myeloma

  • Lymphoma


MB ChB 2007 Auckland; FRACP 2016 - Internal medicine; FRCPA 2016

Title or Designation

Haematologist, Consultant Haematologist

Full NZ Registration Date

3 January 2008

Vocational Scope

Pathology, Internal Medicine

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Contact Details

Dr Henry Chan is available at the following services:

Private Services

Harbour Cancer Centre

This service is available at the following location:

Southern Cross Hospital - North Harbour

General Enquiries and Referrals
T (09) 925 4444
F (09) 925 4496

Chemotherapy Day Unit / Nurses
T (09) 925 4470
M 021 242 4310

T (09) 925 4444
F (09) 925 4496
Complete the electronic referral form here

Oncology Physiotherapy and Massage Therapy
T (09) 925 4451

Public Services

Waitematā DHB Haematology Service

This service is available at the following location:

North Shore Hospital

Freephone 0800 80 93 42 - Waitemata DHB residential areas only
Patient enquiries:
(09) 486 8930

Emergency Department: Open 24 hours / 7 days, Phone (09) 486 8900

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