The Washington University Center for the Treatment of Bleeding and Blood Clotting Disorders provides comprehensive care for those with clotting factor deficiencies including hemophilia A and B, von Willebrand Disease, platelet function abnormalities and those with blood clotting disorders. Our knowledgeable staff provides care, education, and treatment.
Adult Hemophilia Treatment Center personnel (l-r):
Kim Kramer, CMA; Morey Blinder, MD; Bill Berger, MS, MSW; Elaine Majerus, MD, PhD; Vanessa Heil-Chapdelaine, PT, DPT; Ruth Geronsin, RN, BSN.
Our adult Comprehensive Hemophilia Clinic is held on the first Thursday afternoon of each month. Patients are seen by our physicians, nursing staff, physical therapists, and social worker. Our goal is to provide care that covers all aspects of the disease to promote better living.
Washington University has state-of-the-art facilities for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of bleeding and blood clotting disorders. Patients are seen on the 7th floor of the Center for Advanced Medicine where our facilities include a hematology laboratory and an infusion center. We work closely with other physicians at Washington University to provide care that includes orthopedics, infectious disease, gastroenterology, and obstetrics/gynecology. Our staff can coordinate and facilitate all of the health care needs of our patients.
For appointments, please call 314-362-7216.
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