Learn more about treatment of benign blood disorders at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute.
If your child has a blood disorder, it’s important to have a team of physicians and staff that can support them and help you manage the disease. These often ongoing conditions can be successfully treated with the help of a multidisciplinary team.
Comprehensive Treatment of Blood Disorders
Benign Hematology services include treatment of bleeding disorders, blood clotting disorders, bone marrow failure and disorders of white cells, red cells and platelets. Included in this subspecialty are several programs within our Hematology and Oncology program:
Sickle Cell Disease Program
Treatment for sickle cell disease requires frequent visits and monitoring for infections and complications. Our experts provide comprehensive pediatric care to patients from birth to age 21, including access to new therapies, chronic transfusion regimens and stem cell transplants, and specialize in then helping your child transition to adult care. Led by E. Leila Jerome Clay, M.D., our Sickle Cell Program is one of the largest pediatric sickle cell programs on the west coast of Florida.
Hemophilia Treatment Center
If your child has hemophilia, it can impact many areas of their life. However, successful management of the disease is possible with the right support. Our center offers the shared expertise of specialists in hematology, pharmacy, orthopedics, nutrition, social work and physical therapy. Irmel Ayala, M.D. is the Program Director of our Hemophilia Treatment Center.
Pediatric Thrombosis Program
This program is led by Neil Goldenberg, M.D., Ph.D., a nationally recognized researcher in this field. The multidisciplinary thrombosis team is focused solely on treating infants, children and teens who have developed a blood clot in the veins or arteries, including a comprehensive stroke program.