The Northwestern Medicine Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders prides itself on personalized healthcare; each patient is an individual with different needs to satisfy.
Patients typically visit the center at least once a year. Providing multiple services to a patient during one visit, the center can address many health needs for each patient with the consultation of a physician, social worker, nurse, physical therapist, orthopaedic surgeon, and gynecologist, who are available during a comprehensive checkup. Studies show that persons with bleeding disorders who come to the treatment center once a year have fewer problems than those who do not.
Most of all, we strongly encourage self-care and home care so each patient can be in control of his/her own life and condition.