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UCSF Hemophilia Treatment Center


Address

400 Parnassus Ave.
First Floor
San Francisco, CA 94143

Phone

4154761280

Fax

4153532600

800 Number

8886898273

Description

The UCSF Medical Center has a specialized Hemophilia Treatment Center where their blood disorder specialists provide comprehensive care for adults and children with acute and chronic blood conditions. Disorders treated range from hemophilia, a blood-clotting disorder, to blood-related cancers. Some diseases are inherited while others are acquired and all require specialized treatment. Their center provides a full range of services, including diagnosis, treatment, counseling and education to both adults and children living with hemophilia and other congenital bleeding disorders. Their team includes blood specialists, social workers, genetic counselors, nurse practitioners and orthopedic surgeons who work together to provide the best possible care. UCSF Hemophilia Treatment Center also provides genetic screening and counseling for inherited bleeding and clotting disorders, as well as an extensive patient education program, including training for home infusion of clotting products.

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