Hemophilia Program

A federally designated Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC)

Providing children with a full range of services including diagnosis, treatment, counseling, and education of rare bleeding disorders.

youg boy and father
youg boy and father

The Hemophilia Program at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is a comprehensive pediatric program for patients with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease (VWD) and rare bleeding disorders. The clinic is a state and federally designated Hemophilia Treatment Center providing a full range of services including, diagnosis, treatment, counseling and education.

Our multidisciplinary team of specialists work together to promote health and medical management of the condition as well as the transition into adult care.

Treatments and Procedures

Conditions We Treat

The program offers treatment for a broad range of bleeding disorders, including:

A Team Approach to Care

Families in the care of the Hemophilia Program benefit from collaborative clinics in which they have an opportunity to consult with the entire team of specialists, eliminating the need for multiple separate specialty appointments. The team participating in these clinics includes:

The hemophilia specialists at Nicklaus Children’s are trained to provide emotional and psychological support for children and their families. We use a multidisciplinary team approach that includes physicians, nurses, therapists, nutritionists and other health care professionals dedicated to helping patients live healthy lives.

featured patient photo.
featured patient photo.

Stories to Inspire

Kevin was only two years old when he was diagnosed with hemophilia, a rare bleeding disorder that prevents the blood from clotting properly. He learned to give himself his medication, which he had to inject every other day. Today, Kevin says he owes his success to his family, his care team, and of course, himself for being his own advocate.
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