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Hemophilia & Thrombosis Program

We partner with community providers in caring for patients of any age suffering from bleeding and clotting disorders, while also providing education, emotional support and family-centered care. We actively participate in research and clinical trials, bringing the latest treatments to our patients. Additionally, we dedicate significant resources to preventive care, resulting in a higher quality of life for our patients.


Our center is the only federally-funded Hemophilia and Thrombosis Program in Phoenix. These resources enable us to gather a team of qualified, trained experts to care for patients with a wide range of bleeding and coagulation disorders.

We actively participate in research and clinical trials, bringing the latest treatments to our patients. Additionally, we dedicate significant resources to preventive care, resulting in a higher quality of life for our patients.

The care our patients receive includes considerations for their physical, social and psychological needs — all important to the overall 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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