• In memory of Dr. Joan C. Gill, M.D., 1943-2018. Dr. Gill was a doctor for children with hemophilia and a researcher of bleeding disorders who shed an early light on AIDS. She was a passionate advocate for her patients and a lover of the arts. GLHF honors Dr. Gill, a dedicated clinician and distinguished researcher and Medical Director of the Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Center of Wisconsin, who passed away on May 9th, 2018. Dr. Gill's full obituary can be viewed on Legacy.com.

  • Coming soon to a coffee shop near you… GLHF’s new Common Grounds community connections series. Join others from our local bleeding disorders community to share experiences and connect over a cup of joe. 
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    Every gift counts!

    There are many ways to support Great Lakes Hemophila Foundation (GLHF). Your gifts allow us to serve as a resource to the bleeding disorders community of Wisconsin through education, financial assistance, scholarships, camp programs and public advocacy. Learn more about how your gift can help us continue to help improve the quality of life for people and families living with a bleeding disorder.

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    Since 1982, GLHF has served as the Regional Core Center for federal grants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Health Resources Services Administration. GLHF is responsible for the administration and coordination of activities required to obtain and maintain funding for 14 Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs) in WI, IL, MN, ND and SD, known as Region V-West. HTCs provide comprehensive care for people with bleeding disorders.

Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Conference


Camp Klotty Pine

 

Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk(s)

 

June 8-10, Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells

 

July 9-14, Wautoma

 

September 15, Fox Valley

September 29, Milwaukee County Zoo

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

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