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Citizens for Quality Sickle Cell Care

(New Britain Office)
370 Osgood Ave
Unit 106 / P.O. Box 702
New Britain, Connecticut, United States
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The New England Sickle Cell Institute at UConn Health is a regional Adult Sickle Cell Center. It is dedicated to providing quality patient care to adults living with sickle cell disease with a focus on research, education and advocacy.

Making choices about your treatment can sometimes be difficult and you want to make sure you receive the best of care. As a patient at the New England Sickle Cell Institute, they provide full comprehensive sickle cell care that focuses on prevention as well as acute care. You will have access to a team of expert hematologists, pain management specialists, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, researchers, and a patient navigator that can assist you with the medical and emotional aspects of sickle cell disease.

 

Services Offered:

-Simple and exchange blood transfusions
-Diagnosis of sickle cell disease, thalassemia, and other hemoglobinopathies
-Ongoing ambulatory care and treatment for patients with sickle cell disease
-Same day pain episode management utilizing a day hospital strategy
-Preventative health
-Individualized emergency room pain management plan
-Management of pain, iron overload and other sickle cell related complications
-We offer expertise in the management of: Chronic pain, Iron overload, Priapism, Retinopathy, Chronic ulcers, Nephropathy, Pulmonary hypertension, and Other complications

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