Arkansas Center for Bleeding Disorders at Arkansas Children’s

When your child is diagnosed with hemophilia or a bleeding disorder, managing and living with the condition can seem overwhelming. You can rest easy knowing that with the proper care – and a few precautions – your child can live life like most children.

In fact, sports and physical activity are encouraged because they help your child develop stronger muscles and joints, which can reduce the frequency of bleeding episodes.

The experts at the Arkansas Center for Bleeding Disorders work with you and your child to create a care plan that keeps your child healthy while living life to the fullest.

We’ve been assisting families living with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders for more than 30 years by offering excellent clinical care and research. We deliver the most up-to-date, multidisciplinary care for patients from birth through adulthood. Your child will receive attentive and watchful care here at Arkansas Children’s.

Surround your child with expert hemophilia and bleeding disorder care

Here, your child will benefit by receiving treatment from leading experts in treating hemophilia and bleeding disorders. We are the first and only Hemophilia Treatment Center in Arkansas and we are a designated Comprehensive Hemophilia Treatment Center by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Maternal Child Health Bureau. We also are certified by the National Hemophilia Foundation for providing comprehensive care to children and teens with bleeding disorders.

The care team includes:

  • Hematologist (a doctor who specializes in blood problems)
  • Gynecologist (a doctor who specializes in treating women)
  • Orthopedic Surgeon (a doctor who specializes in bone surgery)
  • Dentist (a doctor who specializes in the care of teeth)
  • Psychologist (a doctor who specializes in mental health)
  • Physician Assistant (a health care professional licensed to practice medicine and write prescriptions)
  • Social Worker (helps individuals and families cope with situations and improve their lives)
  • Physical Therapy (a health care professional who can help strengthen muscles, improve mobility)
  • Hemophilia Coordinator (helps families coordinate care)

Your child will have access to the most advanced care and treatments, including clinical trials

We provide care at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock and Arkansas Children's Northwest in Springdale.
» Contact us to make an appointment.