Pharmacy Program

The Power of Your Choice

Your choice of the IHTC Pharmacy Program directly supports your IHTC team and patient services, and activities provided to the hemophilia community. The IHTC Pharmacy Program provides savings to you and your health insurance plan.

Every patient has the right to choose their clotting factor pharmacy provider. The IHTC supports your right of choice and will assist you in making an informed decision.

Bleeding Disorder Camps

Camp Brave Eagle

Camp Brave Eagle is Indiana’s summer camp for children with bleeding disorders. The week-long camp is open to all Indiana children with bleeding disorders, as well as their siblings, ages 7–15.

The basic aim of the camp is to provide these special children a traditional summer camp experience. Besides providing lots of fun, Camp Brave Eagle succeeds on another level in encouraging self–sufficiency, building confidence, increasing self–esteem and promoting a positive outlook. Further, the camp serves as a vehicle to strengthen the sense of community among young Hoosiers with bleeding disorders and their families.

The Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center Inc. (IHTC) partners with Hemophilia of Indiana Inc. (HII) in hosting camp. If you would like more information about Camp Brave Eagle, please visit or call the IHTC at 317.871.0000 or HII at 317.570.0039 or toll free at 1.800.241.2873.

Camp Brave Eagle

Please note that Camp Brave Eagle is completely donor supported. If you are interested in making a private or corporate donation to Camp Brave Eagle, contact HII at 317.570.0039 or toll free at 1.800.241.2873.

Thompson Outpost Teen Camp

The Doug Thompson Teen Leadership Program was developed in memory of Doug Thompson. Doug had a passion for helping teens and investing in youth during the most impressionable years of their lives. The program provides teen members of the bleeding disorder community an opportunity to develop and refine life and leadership skills while participating in an adventure camp experience. Teen camp teaches young men how to mentally and physically prepare for nearly anything, while affirming the choice to not participate in activities that may put them at risk mentally or physically.

For photos of Camp Brave Eagle and Thompson Outpost Teen Camp, see IHTC’s Summer 2014 newsletter.

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