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​                          Hemophilia Treatment Center

​The HTC is now offering free Genotyping to family members of Hemophilia A & B patients through My Life, Our Future. Call Leandro at 305-243-6925 for more information.


​​State of the art medical care
with a caring, family-centered approach

The University of Miami Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) is a 501(c)3  non-profit treatment, evaluation and research center, serving people of South Florida and the Caribbean who have coagulation disorders. As the largest and only federally funded comprehensive hemophilia treatment center in the southeast region in terms of patients and medical staff, we are dedicated to providing the very best diagnostic, therapeutic, consultative and educational services for patients with blood disorders and patient’s families. 


We also provide confidential testing, counseling and follow-up for HIV, HCV (hepatitis C virus) and other blood-borne viral infections.


Patient education is a primary focus
The University of Miami Hemophilia Treatment Center was begun in 1987. Since then, it has grown from six patients to over 450 children, adolescents and adults who are living with hemophilias, von Willebrand disease and other coagulation disorders. Patient and family education is a primary focus for the HTC staff, because we believe the best patient care results from cooperation between medical and psychosocial providers and a well-informed patient.


Better Care,

Better Health.

Our unique approach to care has contributed to establishing the center’s national prominence in bleeding disorder care. We are committed to providing a warm, caring environment for our families. Our team members stay in frequent contact with our families so that we ensure our patients receive the very best care. 

HTC X-TRAS

HTC Dental Assistance Program  The University of Miami Hemophilia Treatment Center Dental Assistance Program was developed in 2006  in collaboration with the Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida. This program was designed to provide medically necessary dental care for our bleeding disorder patients. The University of Miami dentists and oral surgeons are experts in treating children and adults with oral bleeding problems. The longevity and success of our Dental Assistance Program is a testament to the quality of care our patients receive. Annalise Guerra, MSW has been managing the program since 2014. The program entails an application and approval process. Patients accepted to the program must meet medical and financial criteria. If you are interested in more information please contact Annalise Guerra, MSW at 305-243-8513.


340B Program The HTC participates in a federal program that provides clotting factor to our patients at significantly reduced prices. Read more >>

 

Physical Therapy Treatment at no cost to HTC pediatric and adult patients of the Hemophilia Treatment Center.


PATIENT EDUCATION

 

Infusion 101 Workshop: An award-winning educational workshop led by the medical team which focuses on providing hands-on infusion instruction while addressing difficult feelings that may accompany the task of learning to infuse. Next workshop TBA. Read more>> 

 

XPress News: An electronic newsletter sent biweekly to HTC patients and family members intended to keep patients and families well-informed of significant developments in the bleeding disorders community.  

 

The X-File Newsletter: A bilingual tabloid newsletter sent bimonthly to HTC patients and family members. 

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Bilingual Educational Booklet Series: Developed by the HTC medical team, this educational booklet series, appropriate for young and school-age children, addresses complicated concepts related to hemophilia and von Willebrand disease in an easy to understand manner. Read more >>

 

The 2017 Hemophilia Awareness Series:  An accredited traveling educational series that focuses on providing medical professionals an overview of the signs, symptoms and treatment of hemophilia.  

 

The Affordable Care Act and You: Still confused about the Affordable Care Act and how it will affect you and your family? Click here for a brochure.>>
 

 


From left to right: Magaly Gonzalez, Clinical 340B Program Coordinator; Annalise Guerra, MSW Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist,  Maya Bloomberg, MSN, ARNP, Nurse Practitioner, Adult Program; Joanna A. Davis, MD, Medical Director, Pediatric Program; Fernando Corrales-Medina, MD, Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist; Thomas Harrington, MD, Medical Director, Adult Program; Maria Santaella, RN-BC, MSN, Nurse Coordinator, Pediatric Program; Leandro Pisani, CRC, Clinical Research Coordinator;   (not pictured) Samantha Gupta, PT, DPT, Physical Therapist and Merissa Williams, BA, CCA, Administrative Assistant