Hemophilia Treatment Centers
Hemophilia Treatments Centers (HTCs) provide comprehensive care for people living with bleeding disorders using a team of pediatric and/or adult hematologists, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, orthopedists, dentists, geneticists and psychologists to treat people holistically.
In a comprehensive care setting, a patient’s appointment will include talking to many or all of the team to help manage the medical and non-medical aspects of living with a bleeding disorder.
The development of comprehensive care over the past 30 years has greatly improved the quality of life for people living with bleeding disorders, helping them live longer and be more independent and productive with a comprehensive, cost-effective, long term approach.
HTCs in Region V-West and Northern States include:
Comprehensive Center for Bleeding Disorders | Milwaukee, WI
Gundersen Lutheran | LaCrosse, WI
Hemophilia Outreach Center | Green Bay, WI
UWHC Comprehensive Program for Bleeding Disorders | Madison, WI
Bleeding & Clotting Disorders Institute | Peoria, IL
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago | Chicago, IL
Northwestern Center for Bleeding Disorders | Chicago, IL
Rush University Medical Center | Chicago, IL
Stroger Hospital of Cook County | Chicago, IL
University of Minnesota Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders | Minneapolis, MN
Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota | Minneapolis, MN
Mayo Comprehensive Hemophilia Center | Rochester, MN
Sanford Health – Roger Maris Cancer Center | Fargo, ND
Sanford Children’s Specialty Clinic | Sioux Falls, SD