August 24, 2021

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The Hemophilia Outreach Center (HOC) is a family-oriented organization committed to providing the highest quality, comprehensive medical care and advocacy for individuals with a bleeding disorder. Our organization prides itself on treating every patient that walks through our doors, like family.

HOC is here for you and your family through all seasons of life. We help families navigate their new bleeding disorders diagnosis, regardless of their age. From birth, to preparing for college, family planning, to surgical procedures; HOC is with you every step of the way.

HOC is here for you and your family though all seasons of health. The body and mind work together, which is why mental health is just as important as physical health. If you need support to make things easier, you’re not alone. HOC is here for you.

Our goal is to provide patients with the education, skills, resources, & confidence to branch out and live life as independently as possibleThrough good times and bad, HOC will always be the roots and foundation of your care and support.

Much like we all grow as individuals, HOC is committed to growth. As standards of care advance and new therapies emerge, the safety of our patients is our top priority. HOC investigates safety and efficacy of new products before embracing new therapies as treatment option.

Times change and the needs of patients evolve. HOC grows new leaves of innovation as we create educational programs and outreach initiatives that enrich the lives of our patients and their caregivers.

HOC is proud to serve the bleeding disorders community and would welcome you to join the HOC community.

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