Expansive Bleeding Order Health Services
At the Hemophilia Outreach Center, we are dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by various bleeding disorders through our wide range of programs and health services. With a strong focus on education, advocacy, and community engagement, our bleeding disorder specialists strive to empower those living with a bleeding disorder to lead fulfilling and healthy lives.
Explore Our Comprehensive Range of Bleeding Disorder Services
Our primary care specialists work to ensure every patient receives the highest quality of care to not only improve their health, but also their overall well-being.
The body and mind work hand-in-hand to maintain overall health. We provide the support you need to overcome the challenges of living with a bleeding disorder.
By focusing on nutrition and dietary plans, we aim to enhance our patients’ overall health, prevent complications, and improve quality of life.
Our team of skilled physical therapists tailor treatment plans to the specific needs of our patients.
We know how important it is to maintain optimum oral health. Our dental team assesses patients to help avoid oral bleeding complications.
Knowledge is power when you suspect you or a family member have a bleeding disorder. Our genetic counselors work to provide answers you seek.
Diagnosis and Treatment
Access to Medications
We work closely with manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, and providers to ensure that individuals have access to the medications needed to treat a bleeding disorder, including clotting factor replacements and other innovative therapies.
Bleeding Disorder Education
We believe that knowledge is power. Through our educational programs, we provide individuals and their families with the information and resources they need to better understand various bleeding disorders, manage symptoms, and make informed decisions about their care.
If you are concerned about excessive or prolonged bleeding, consult your primary care physicians for a formal diagnosis. We can help facilitate this process. Symptoms may include: excessive or prolonged bleeding, nose bleeds, easy bruising, heavy menstrual bleeding, soft tissue/muscle bleed, joint bleeds, post-surgical/post-dental bleeding, and/or extended bleeding after minor cuts or vaccinations. We are happy to consult with primary care providers on what labs to order.
Based on bleeding symptoms and testing by a primary care provider, you may receive a diagnosis. If you are diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, we take an active role in your care. We welcome patients and their primary care providers to consult with us regarding lab draw results to determine a formal diagnosis.
Living with a Bleeding Disorder
We will help you navigate unanticipated scenarios that come with bleeding disorders. Each role in our comprehensive care model plays a vital role in helping you live life to the fullest. Our nursing staff is available 24/7 to help navigate emergent situations. We encourage you to live an active life, and we provide direction on how to do so safely. Most of all, we believe it is crucial to your care to meet others living with a bleeding disorder through our support programs. Remember, you are not alone!
Independence at Home
How We Can Assist You in Your Bleeding Disorder Journey
Through our comprehensive care and a wide range of health services for bleeding disorders, we empower our patients to live full and meaningful lives. Learn more about our services and how we can assist you in your hemophilia journey.