Comprehensive Center for Bleeding Disorders

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BloodCenter of Wisconsin, through Comprehensive Center for Bleeding Disorders (CCBD), provides diagnosis and ongoing medical and supportive care for patients with disorders that affect bleeding or clotting.

Clinics

We see pediatric and adult patients at the clinics of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. These clinics are held on the second floor of the hospital. If you have an appointment in our clinics, please look for specific directions in your appointment letter. These will include directions to the campus, current parking situations, and the easiest way to get to our clinic once you are inside the hospital.
 
Need more information?
If you need more information about bleeding and clotting disorders and our services, please contact us at (414) 257-2424 or toll-free at (888) 312-2223.
 
Note: Bleeding and clotting disorders can be very serious. Do not use this site for medical advice or in the event of a medical emergency. The information posted here is intended for general information only. In the case of a medical emergency, call 911 or your local emergency assistance number. For medical advice and care, including diagnosis and treatment, consult a medical doctor.

The Comprehensive Center for Bleeding Disorders (CCBD) offers the following educational resources for patients and their families:

  • Face-to-face education for patients and their families at every outpatient clinic visit
  • In home and office education for newly diagnosed patients and patients in the process of certification for home-based infusions
  • In services for schools and day care providers

The CCBD has a variety of patient handouts. A subset of handouts is available by clicking on the links below. 

download-icon-redCCBD Infusion Calendar
 
    
CCBD Newsletters
Comprehensive Center for Bleeding Disorders publishes a newsletter, CCBD Connection. A copy is mailed free of charge to every active CCBD patient. Each newsletter contains articles written by our staff, including nurse coordinators, geneticists, researchers, social workers and physical therapists. We welcome requests you might have for future articles. Call us at (414) 257-2424 or (888) 312-CCBD to offer your ideas or suggestions, or to let us know if you feel we are providing you with an informative newsletter.
 
2010 Newsletters

Pharmacy & Prescription
BloodCenter provides a wide variety of clotting factor products for use in hospitals or by patients in their homes.