CIBD | Center For Inherited Blood Disorders has cared for hundreds of children and adults in Southern California. We are a safety net clinic that provides health care services specifically to patients with inherited blood disorders.  We have been able to increase access to those who are economically challenged by providing medical care regardless of a their ability to pay. Through CIBD pharmacy services, we are able to drive down cost of care through the 340b program.

Dr. Nugent President of the Center For Inherited Blood Disorders

Meet Our Team

Under the direction of a volunteer board of directors, CIBD’s leadership is made up of professionals with various backgrounds and experience at local, regional, and national levels. Read More…

Treating Blood Disorders at CIBD Clinic

Hemophilia Treatment Center

Our hematology specialists provide expert diagnosis, medical care, outreach, education, monitoring, and preventative care to children and adults, alike, living with inherited blood disorders.  Read More

Specialty Pharmacy for Public and Blood Disorder Patients

340B Pharmacy

340B factor program is a federally funded discount program. The program allows CIBD Pharmacy to purchase clotting factors, other prescription medications and medical supplies at a discounted rate. Read More

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CIBD HTC Treatment Center

CIBD manages a community-based clinic which offers complete care for children, and adults, with rare inherited blood disorders.

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CIBD Specialty Pharmacy

Commonly known as a 340B Pharmacy, CIBD Pharmacy is able to purchase clotting factor and other specialized medicine at a discounted price, passing the savings onto patients.

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