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As the largest Pediatric Hemophilia Program in the state, we provide care for patients until age 21, and for certain programs, we treat adults too. Why? Because we know how important it is that our patients have access to the best physicians as their bodies grow into adulthood and beyond.

Our team is made up of the top hematology specialists in the field. Along with industry-leading providers comes access to cutting-edge clinical trials and unrivaled opportunities around education, research and patient healing.

Because we focus on hematology, we understand the unique needs of our patients — we know that procedures and treatments that work for an adult won’t always work for children. This means our patients receive care that accounts for social considerations, educational progression and ongoing developmental growth.

Access to advanced, quality care

Our Hemophilia, Thrombosis and Sickle Cell Programs give patients and their families access to the newest and best treatments available. Also, our family-centered approach to care offers a wealth of resources along the way to facilitate understanding and peace of mind.

Treating the whole child

We know it’s about more than just physical healing. We have resources that include social workers, therapists and more to help patients and their families with questions and fears that may arise during the healing process.

Additional Resources

  • Research/Clinical Trials — Did you know there are currently more than 70 open clinical trials available for cancer patients at Phoenix Children's? 
  • Want a Second Opinion? — Chat, call, or complete this form to request a second opinion appointment.
  • Your Child's Hospital Stay — Learn more about our campus services and what you can do to prepare for your visit.

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