Personal attention for blood disorders.

Whether you come to us for expert diagnosis, advice about your child’s illness, or short-term or ongoing care for them, you can count on us. We offer advanced treatments, education, and support designed around the needs of your family. We bring together a team of specialists dedicated to your child’s health, safety, and well-being.

A team approach for complete care.

Blood disorders can affect blood clotting, the ability to fight infections, and oxygen levels — which can impact how your child feels and leads their life. That’s why we provide expert medical treatment, and we also make sure your family has the understanding and support to ensure your child’s well-being.

Our hematologists work with specialists in orthopedics, immunology, pulmonology, dentistry, and other areas to keep your child safe and feeling their best. Your child may also work with physical therapists, infusion nurses, child life specialists, and other professionals as part of their care.  

Comprehensive Pediatric Hematologic Care

We treat a wide range of children’s blood diseases, including:

  • Anemia
  • Bleeding disorders, including hemophilia
  • Blood clots
  • Blood clotting problems
  • Bone marrow failure
  • Hereditary blood diseases
  • Platelet function disorders
  • Red blood cell disorders
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Vitamin deficiencies that affect the blood
  • Von Willebrand disease
  • White blood cell disorders

We offer advanced care in the hospital and a full range of outpatient services. We provide:

  • Advanced diagnostic testing for blood and bleeding disorders, including genetic testing.
  • Blood transfusions and infusion services.
  • Bone marrow (stem cell) transplants to replace diseased marrow.
  • Care coordination with other services, including specialists, home health providers, nutritionists, physical therapists, and others.
  • Comprehensive hemophilia care, including routine clinic visits, home treatment training or nursing services, infusion training, and coordination with orthopedic specialists and dentists.
  • Evaluation of risk factors and a personalized plan to lower risk.
  • Second opinions and guidance on treatment plans.
  • Specialized care for sickle cell disease, including maintenance and emergency care, coordinated inpatient care, transfusion therapy, and assistance to help children transition to adult sickle cell treatment services in the area.