Online Bill Pay
Skip to main content
Online Bill Pay
Programs & Services
Services / Our History
Refer a Patient
Comprehensive Care Team
Frequently Asked Questions
Become a Patient/How to make appointment
Bleeding Disorder Acronyms & Key Terms
Bleeding Disorders 101
Board of Directors
Scholarships / Education
Financial / Patient Assistance
Comprehensive Care Team
Jamison’s journey with the Hemophilia Outreach Center began in 2003, when his son Mason was diagnosed in utero with Hemophilia B. Jamison developed a deep respect and passion for the organization, and those who cared for the growth and development of his son. Throughout the years, Jamison was committed to giving back to the organization he cherished. He understood the importance of his Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC), and wanted to ensure that all families affected by a bleeding disorder have the same access to education and support as he had during the challenging times his family faced. On October 25, 2012 He was elected to serve on the Hemophilia Outreach Center’s Board of Directors. During Jamison’s four years as a Board Member he served as both Vice Chairman and Interim Chairman before stepping down to pursue leading the organization as its Executive Director. Jamison has been leading the Hemophilia Outreach Center as its Executive Director since April 1, 2016, and continues to deliver the same passion and commitment to its mission for the bleeding disorder community.
Medical Director, Physician
Dr. Kenneth Friedman formally joined our physician team in 2017, supporting mostly pediatric patients and serves as the Medical Director at the Hemophilia Outreach Center. Dr. Friedman is originally from New York State. He trained in Internal Medicine at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, did further training in hematology at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, and then trained in Transfusion Medicine at Blood Center of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. After finishing his training, he joined the hematology section at University of New Mexico where he was co-director of that state’s hemophilia program and ran the coagulation lab. He was then invited back to Milwaukee to join the Blood Center of Wisconsin, where he directs their coagulation lab, sees patients with hemophilia and other bleeding or clotting conditions. Dr. Friedman is heavily involved in research related to von Willebrand disease.
Dr. Lynn Malec
Dr. Lynn Malec
Bio Coming Soon!
Born in southwest Iowa, Dr. Ryan attended Iowa State University, where he received his degree in aerospace Engineering. He attended medical school at the University of Iowa. He completed his residency and oncology and hematology fellowships at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He is board certified in internal medicine, medical oncology and hematology.
Nurse Coordinator, RN, BC
Andrea has been working as a Nurse Coordinator at HOC since 2014. Prior to that, she worked as an ICU nurse and hospital supervisor at St. Mary’s Hospital. Being able to spend the time needed with patients and their families to help them feel less anxious about their bleeding disorder, along with working alongside her awesome team are her favorite things about working at HOC. Andrea loves spending time with her significant other Jamison and their blended family which includes 4 kids and a dog. Her favorite activities include family time on the lake, being in church, running and long walks, and reading.
Nurse Coordinator, RN
Rachael has been a nurse coordinator at the Center since 2018. Her previously nursing experience includes post-surgical, peri-operative, and ICU nursing. She enjoys managing the physician dispensing station, helping plan community events, and educating patients at HOC. Rachael’s hobbies include hiking, running, waterskiing, biking, reading, gardening, and cooking. She has a husband and daughter whom she enjoys spending quality time with.
Nurse Coordinator, RN
Lacey Schadrie is one of the Nurse Coordinators at HOC. She has been working for the Center since December 2018. Lacey became a nurse in 2008 after being a physical education and health teacher. Lacey appreciates being able to spend time with each patient while at the clinic, and she enjoys participating in the community programs and camp. When Lacey is not working, she enjoys spending time with her with her husband and four children. She enjoys traveling, taking walks, and watching her kids’ extracurricular activities.
Nurse Coordinator, RN
Pam Pamperin has been with the Hemophilia Outreach Center since 2017, as a Nurse Coordinator. Pam graduated with a Bachelors in Nursing from Marion University. She began her nursing career in the Maternity Department at Bellin Health, where her tenure there lasted 35 years. Thinking that retirement would be a fun, new experience for Pam, she quickly realized that her passion lies within the privilege of caring for patients. Pam enjoys the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. Pam currently lives in Green Bay with her husband and three Maine Coon cats. She has two sons, two daughter-in-law’s, and two grandsons, Ruxin & Maddax. When Pam is not working you will most likely find her outside as she enjoys gardening, doing yard work, traveling and puzzle making. Pam is a firm believer in Life Long Learning.
Medical Assistant/Date Management, CMA
Michelle grew up in East De Pere and has lived in the Astor Park neighborhood since 2007 with her two daughters Emma and Sophia. She and her husband Jim have been married for 18 years and they have two dogs “Clay” and “Badge” Her family is very adventurous and love the outdoors. They currently have property in both the Eastern and Western part of Upper Michigan. Michelle’s mother’s family grew up in Ontonagon area, where she has spent most of my weekends since birth. Michele loves Kayaking, camping, swimming, weight lifting, biking, hunting and running. Michelle has been a Medical Assistant for 8 years working primarily in OBGYN with a midwife. She loves working with patients, getting to know them and their families. Over the years Michelle has had the privilege of getting to see families grow and the thrill of getting to meet each new addition. She deeply cherishes those relationships and looks forward to developing the same wonderful connections with the patients and families here at HOC.
Behavioral Health, MSW, LCSW
Joe has been a part of the ancillary team at HOC since July, 2019. He is originally from the East coast, but grew up in northern Minnesota. He is an avid cyclist and has two adult daughters. He is a graduate of UW-Milwaukee School of Social Work and holds an MSW and also earned an MBA degree from Silver Lake College. Joe has a broad mental health and AODA background and has a special passion for working with kids and young adults. He enjoys some of his off time down south cycling and spending time on the beaches of gulf side Florida.
Adult Physical Therapist
Shanie has been a Physical Therapist at the Hemophilia Outreach Clinic since 2006. She started out seeing HOC’s pediatric patients, but has since transitioned to seeing adult patients. Shanie earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology and continued on schooling for her Master’s Degree, all at Marquette University where she also became an All-American rugby player! When not at the Hemophilia Outreach Center, Shanie works full time at Bellin Health Sports Medicine and enjoys spending time with her husband TJ and two girls, Berkeley and Brystal. She is avid sports watcher, camper, fisherwoman, and loves to be active!
Pediatric Physical Therapist
Charity has been with Hemophilia Outreach Center since 2010. At that time bleeding disorders were extremely new to her, but she learned quickly about the impact that the Center has on families. Born in the Windy City, Charity then went on to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy Charity. She has since relocated to northeast Wisconsin for the extreme natural beauty of the area and the less congested environment. At this time Charity’s life is less family focused due her grown children and grandchildren, including her” Grand-doggers”. She stays active with crocheting, gardening, cooking and work, and even enjoyed going to Bleeding Disorders camp and Ethiopia to support OUR community last year.
Bonnie has been a practicing Dental Hygienist for 29 years and has been with the Hemophilia Outreach Center since 2011. It has been my pleasure to have the opportunity to work with our patients in the attempt to optimize their oral health.
Sumedha joined the Hemophilia Outreach Center’s (HOC) team in 2011. She was born in India and came with her family to Chicago at age 9. She learned about genetic counseling while in college at UW-Madison. She completed graduate school in human genetics through Sarah Lawrence College in New York and has been passionate about genetics and family centered care ever since. She and her husband and two daughters enjoy travelling. Their six month trip around the world in 1996 was amazing and she plans to put that on the repeat list.
Erica has been a part of the Hemophilia Outreach Center’s (HOC) team since 2016, but was invested in the organization long before that. Erica was first introduced to HOC and the bleeding disorders community in 2007 when she attended Bring your Daughter to Work Day with her mother, Jodi (still an HOC team member). During that day, Erica shadowed Audrey (Organization Co-Founder) on a clinic day at the Allouez Ave location. Since then, Erica’s passion and love for the bleeding disorders community and the HOC team has grown each and every day. Erica was born and raised in Green Bay. She graduated from Preble High School and continued her education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay where she pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication. In her free time, Erica enjoys spending time at the family cabin, creating memories with friends and family, and spending time with her husband and their two chocolate Labradors, Maverick & Millie.
Patient Assistance Coordinator
Emily Jagodinski is a Patient Assistance Coordinator at the Hemophilia Outreach Center, where she helps navigate individuals through the variety of assistance programs that they may find to be helpful to their situation. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. After graduation she incorporated her passion for numbers with her passion for helping people by finding the Patient Assistance Coordinator role at the Center. She is currently working on obtaining a certification in medical billing and coding so that she can add to her current role. Outside of HOC, Emily lives with her husband Nick and their two dogs, Raven and Bella. She enjoys camping, hiking, kayaking, and spending quality time with family and friends.
A Green Bay native, Terry graduated from Green Bay Preble High School and NWTC with a degree in Early Childhood. She directed and taught at Our Saviour Lutheran Preschool for twenty years. She has served on a number of boards as well as singing in the Praise team. Terry has now been a HOC for over 10 years. Terry has three grown daughters and five grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with her family, kayaking, boating and relaxing with a book on the beach. She lives out in the country with her husband Scott and two cats. She is grateful for waking up in her surroundings, working in a fulfilling job and the family she has been blessed with.
Barb grew up in Green Bay and graduated from West High School. She has a medical background having received her LPN license in 1962 and worked for 3 years at a local hospital. She also has 21 years in the secretarial field working for the Purchasing Manager at KI. She started at the Center in 1992 with a personal experience as she has a nephew with hemophilia. Barb has 4 grown children, 6 grandkids and 1 great grandchild. She plays the clarinet in the Allouez Band and De Pere City Band. Enjoys outdoor sports especially biking in the summer and cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Also enjoys quiet times doing knitting, crocheting and reading. Over the years she has enjoyed seeing the patients grow from babies to adults and getting to know the families on a personal level has been very rewarding.
Jodi has been a part of the Hemophilia Outreach Center since 2006 when the clinic was located on Allouez Ave. in Green Bay WI. Jodi was born and raised in Green Bay WI and is currently living there. In 1988 she married her husband Craig. They have one son and two daughters. Her family means everything to her. In her free time Jodi loves her flower gardens from spring through fall, knitting, family movie nights and spending time with family and friends at the family cabin.
Hayley Shaffer has been a member of the Hemophilia Outreach team since January of 2019 as an Administrative Assistant. Hayley earned her Bachelors in Mass Communication and Public Relations from The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in June 2012. Hayley moved to Wisconsin after living in Texas her whole life. She loves getting to know patients and helping to create programs that enrich the lives of the bleeding disorders community. Hayley lives in De Pere with her husband, Austin and their two dogs, Elly and Annie. They are expecting their baby girl, in February. Hayley enjoys advocating for animal rescue and adoption, spending time with her family, reading and listening to true crime podcasts.