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Participating in a comprehensive system of care can benefit persons with coagulation disorders for many reasons:

Coagulation disorders, like hemophilia, are rare. Most medical providers have little experience in diagnosing or treating these disorders. Our team of professionals are highly specialized in diagnosing and treating coagulation disorders, and have an affiliated team of doctors that provide other services.

Comprehensive care can help families advocate with other providers, teachers, employers and insurers.

Comprehensive care increases access to new treatment products and clinical trials.

Participating in comprehensive care has been shown to result in decreased complications of bleeding, decreased mortality, improved employment rates, and increased school and work attendance.

Most of all, families involved in comprehensive care play an active role in managing their loved one’s care.

VCU Health System | Central Virginia Center for Coagulation Disorders
P.O. Box 980461 | Richmond, VA | 23298-0461
phone: (804) 827-3306 | toll free: (866) 288-2516 | fax: (804) 692-0291

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last updated: 02/17/2014
Central Virginia Center for Coagulation Disorders