The Hemophilia and Thrombophilia Center at Rush is the largest program of its kind in Illinois. The center provides medical, psychological and social services to patients with bleeding and clotting disorders.
Patients with hemophilia and thrombophilia face complex clinical, psychological and social challenges. For this reason, the team includes doctors, nurses and other providers in the following fields:
- Social work
- Physical therapy
Through regular evaluations, patients learn how to care for themselves and prevent complications like joint disease. Services are available on the Rush campus and at four regional outreach locations:
- Hoffman Estates
- Oak Park