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Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical CenterMLC 7015
3333 Burnet Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
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The Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at Cincinnati Children’s is a national leader in caring for children with sickle cell disease, thalassemia, and other hemoglobin disorders. We work closely with families to help their children thrive despite health challenges. As part of the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute, our center is large enough to offer exceptional patient care and research, yet small enough for us to get to know children and families to personalize their care. Our team of physicians, nurses and other health professionals currently care for more than 300 patients with hemoglobin disorders. We provide comprehensive care, psychological support, social services, education and counseling.
-Coordination of newborn screening follow-up testing, education and counseling for hemoglobin disorders
-Comprehensive care for patients from birth through young adulthood
-Access to novel therapies through our partnership with the National Institutes of Health
-24-hour emergency care through the Cincinnati Children’s Emergency Department, with support from an on-call hematologist
-Extensive hemoglobinopathy laboratory testing
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