Services & Specialties
Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders

Comprehensive Care for Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders in Children

Living with hemophilia or another bleeding disorder can create intense challenges. But with the right care team behind you, anything is possible. At Cincinnati Children’s, our team of physicians, nurses and other health professionals provides comprehensive care for mild, moderate and severe bleeding disorders. We connect families to the resources, education and support they need to meet the challenges ahead.

Our program includes a Comprehensive Care Clinic for children and adolescents with severe bleeding disorders, as well as clinic appointments for those with less complex needs. We take a holistic approach, offering:

Our pediatric hematologists (doctors who specialize in blood diseases) have dedicated their careers to caring for patients with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. They participate in many national and international research trials and develop their own research protocols as well. This means many of our patients can receive early access to new therapies that are not widely available.

CJ (Christopher Bolls) is treated at Cincinnati Children's for hemophilia.

Types of Bleeding Disorders We Treat

The Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Program treats children and adolescents with:


#1 in the Nation

Our program is part of the Cincinnati Children’s Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute, which is ranked #1 in the nation for pediatric cancer care.

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A Federally Designated Hemophilia Treatment Center

Cincinnati Children’s is one of about 140 Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs) in the United States. We earned this designation because our team provides a comprehensive care model for patients with this condition. Research shows that people with hemophilia who receive care at an HTC experience better health outcomes, including fewer hospitalizations.