Provides education, support, and services to children, teens, and adults with rare inherited blood disorders, and their families. Team of professionals includes adult hematologists, pediatric hematologists, nurses, physical therapist, clinical pharmacist, and social worker.
Coordinates hematology diagnosis and care for all blood disorders such as Sickle cell disease, anemias, women and bleeding, hemophilia, and excessive clotting problems. Includes coordination of care with dentists, genetic counselors, obstetrician/gynecologists, primary care practitioners, and school nurses.
A non-profit 340B pharmacy owned and operated by CIBD, is able to purchase clotting factor and other specialized medicine at a discounted rate, passing the savings onto patients, and healthcare providers.
Serve to inform medical professionals about the latest in bleeding disorders.
Is CIBD’s way of recognizing outstanding college students who are being treated at CIBD