HEMOPHILIA TREATMENT CENTERS

Since 1975, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has funded a national network of 135 Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs) to provide integrated services to and increased access to care for children and adults with rare, inherited bleeding disorders. These HTCs currently provide services to over 30,000 individuals affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand disease (VWD), and other rare coagulation disorders.

Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs) provide comprehensive services to this patient population to improve collaboration of care plan between the providers, the patient, and the patient’s family. HTCs are composed of a multidisciplinary core team including a pediatric or adult hematologist, a nurse coordinator, a social worker, and a physical therapist. Services of other providers including orthopedists, dentists, genetic counselors, dieticians, and other specialists are either provided at or coordinated through the HTC.

Studies have shown that the multi-disciplinary, comprehensive and specialized care for bleeding disorder patients that HTCs provide lowers mortality and hospitalization rates, controls emergent and urgent care costs, and increases quality of life for patients.

1

Detroit:

  • Children’s Hospital of Michigan

  • Detroit Receiving Hospital Benign Hematology

  • Henry Ford Hospital
1 of 14
2

Ann Arbor:

  • University of Michigan Hemophilia and Coagulation Disorders


  • Cascade Hemophilia Consortium
2 of 14
3

Flint:
Hurley Medical Center Eastern Michigan Hemophilia Treatment Center

3 of 14
4

Kalamazoo:

  • Bronson Pediatric Hematology/Oncology


  • West Michigan Cancer Center, Hemophilia Clinic
4 of 14
5

East Lansing:
Michigan State University Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders

5 of 14
6

Grand Rapids:
Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Coagulation Disorders Program

6 of 14
7

Traverse City:
Munson Medical Center

7 of 14
8

Toledo:

  • ProMedica Toledo Hospital Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Treatment Center


  • Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Foundation
8 of 14
9

Cleveland:

  • UHHS Cleveland Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center


  • Northern Ohio Hemophilia Foundation http://www.nohf.org/
9 of 14
10

Akron:
Akron Children’s Hospital Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center

10 of 14
11

Columbus:

  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center


  • Ohio State University Medical Center


  • Central Ohio Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation https://nhfcentralohio.org/
11 of 14
12

Dayton:

  • Dayton Children’s Hospital Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center


  • Southwestern Ohio Hemophilia Foundation https://www.swohf.org/
12 of 14
13

Cincinnati:

  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Hemophilia Treatment Center


  • University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Hemophilia Treatment Center


  • Tristate Bleeding Disorder Foundation
    http://www.tsbdf.com
13 of 14
14

Indianapolis:

14 of 14

MICHIGAN HEMOPHILIA TREATMENT CENTERS

OHIO HEMOPHILIA TREATMENT CENTERS

INDIANA HEMOPHILIA TREATMENT CENTERS

Download the List of Michigan HTCs

Skip to content