Outreach Comprehensive Clinics
To provide comprehensive care to all Hoosiers with bleeding disorders, the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center Inc. (IHTC) conducts a series of outreach comprehensive clinics throughout Indiana each year. These clinics deliver multidisciplinary, comprehensive care to persons with blood disorders who may otherwise go without the benefits of treatment from a federally recognized HTC. The multidisciplinary outreach team includes adult and pediatric hematologists, treatment nurse, research nurse, registered dietitian, dental hygienist, social worker, physical therapist, pharmacy nurse, career counselor, insurance coordinator, and genetic counselor. In addition to providing routine comprehensive care to bleeding disorders patients throughout Indiana, several outreach clinics are conducted with a concentration on a specific patient population or disorder, such as Indiana Amish communities, or communities that share a rare genetic mutation. The IHTC’s outreach programs are state and federally funded; there is no charge to patients for the comprehensive multidisciplinary evaluation. However, patients or their insurers are responsible for costs of laboratory tests, radiologic evaluations, and other services outside the scope of the comprehensive evaluation.
IHTC’s Outreach Comprehensive Clinics
Evansville, Middlebury, Berne, Merrillville, South Bend, and Fort Wayne
Updated July 2015