The Oregon Regional Hemophilia Center
The Oregon Regional Hemophilia Center is the only regional resource for children and adults with hemophilia and other clotting disorders.
The Oregon Regional Hemophilia Center at OHSU is one of 12 federally funded regional hemophilia centers nationwide. We serve people with hereditary bleeding and clotting disorders in Oregon and southwest Washington.
The Center serves people with hemophilia A (factor VIII deficiency), hemophilia B (factor IX deficiency) and other hereditary clotting disorders such as von Willebrand's disease, as well as those affected by inherited clotting disorders. As the regional core treatment center, we collaborate with the following centers throughout the Pacific Northwest:
- Hemophilia Program at the Puget Sound Blood Center in Seattle, Washington
- Hematology Clinic, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle, Washington
- Sacred Heart Children's Hospital Pediatric Oncology Center in Spokane
- The Idaho Regional Hemophilia Center, Mountain States Tumor Institute at St. Luke's Regional Medical Center in Boise, Idaho
- The Alaska Hemophilia Treatment Center of the Alaska Hemophilia Association in Anchorage, Alaska