Cincinnati Children’s offers a wide variety of services for children and young adults with blood diseases, including:

Sickle Cell and Hemoglobin

We are a national leader in caring for children with sickle cell disease, thalassemia and other hemoglobin disorders. We have pioneered a variety of treatments that have become the international standard of care.

Fanconi Anemia

We are one of the world’s largest Fanconi anemia comprehensive care centers, and the first of its kind in the nation. Our specialists treat a significant percentage of all patients in the world with this rare disease.

Hemangioma and Vascular Malformations

The Hemangioma and Vascular Malformation Program at Cincinnati Children’s is one of the largest multidisciplinary centers in the country for vascular anomalies. We follow over 5,000 patients and see about 600 new patients each year.


Our clinic offers multidisciplinary care for children and young adults with mild to severe forms of hemophilia. We offer leading-edge treatments, extensive education and home care services to encourage independence and improve quality of life. 


We are one of the few centers in the nation that specializes in pediatric care for clotting disorders. Our team of hematologists, interventional radiologists, nurses, social workers and school intervention specialists work together to ensure that patients receive the  best care.

Other Bleeding Disorders

Cincinnati Children’s also provides extensive diagnostic and therapeutic services for patients with other complex bleeding disorders, and for those with less severe bleeding disorders and platelet disorders, such as von Willebrand disease. Our hematologists and other health professionals work together to ensure that patients receive comprehensive care and enjoy the highest quality of life possible.

Young women in particular benefit from the Young Women with Bleeding Disorders Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s. The clinic is designed for patients who are experiencing menorrhagia, or excessive menstrual bleeding. Most of these patients have von Willebrand disease or a mild bleeding disorder.

Cincinnati Children’s also offers a general hematology clinic at our Liberty Campus. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 513-636-8790.