Patients have a vast team of experts dedicated exclusively to benign blood disorders.
Physicians at the Penn–CHOP Blood Center also work closely with related specialists to collaboratively plan the best possible strategy for each individual.
Our Team Approach to Treatment for Blood Disorders
Because blood cell disorders can be medically complex, Penn Medicine takes a team approach to care.
Our multi-disciplinary team of experts include physicians and specialists from:
- Division of Hematology/Oncology at Penn
- Division of Hematology at CHOP
- Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
- Institute for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics (ITMAT)
- Penn-Chop Comprehensive Bone Marrow Failure Center
The Penn–CHOP Difference: Why Choose the Penn–CHOP Blood Center for Patient Care and Discovery
Our hematologists are international experts in their fields having published numerous articles and book chapters and delivered lectures around the world about genetic blood disorders, platelet disorders, red blood cell disorders, bone marrow failure, and bleeding and clotting disorders.
Penn–CHOP Blood Center hematologists conduct cutting-edge laboratory and clinical research in blood disorders.
Patients benefit from the opportunity to participate in clinical trials for blood disorders.
Housed within the Penn–CHOP Blood Center is the Penn Comprehensive Hemophilia Program (PCHP), a nationally designated comprehensive hemophilia center specializing in the care of patients with congenital bleeding disorders.