Collaborative Gynecology & Hematology Clinic

Bleeding and clotting disorders have medical and social consequences at every stage of life. Unique issues arise once an individual enters their adult reproductive years.  

Our Collaborative Gynecology & Hematology Clinic offers a multidisciplinary approach to caring for adults with gynecologic issues related to bleeding and clotting disorders

Comprehensive services 

We offer a full spectrum of care for individuals with gynecologic issues in the setting of bleeding or clotting disorders, including diagnostic expertise and treatment options for:   

- Patients with excessive menstrual bleeding, leading to anemia or a low hemoglobin 

- Patients with a history of clots in their blood vessels or a family history of a clotting disorder, desiring contraceptives or menstrual management 

- Patients with known disorders that can result in excessive menstrual bleeding, such as: 

  • Von Willebrand disease 
  • Thrombocytopenia (low platelets) 
  • Platelet function defects 
  • Coagulation factor deficiencies (such as Factor 7, Factor 11, Factor 13 deficiency) 
  • Hemophilia A or B carriers 

A collaborative, team approach to care 

Each patient is seen by a gynecologist and a hematologist trained in the care of individuals with abnormal bleeding and clotting, a nurse specialist, and a social worker who has special expertise working with individuals with bleeding and clotting disorders. We provide consultation for new patients, as well as continuing care for return patients.  

Our team is committed to providing patient-centered care with compassion and respect. We work to develop a plan of care that meets the needs of each patient and their family. 

Make an appointment 

To schedule an appointment or learn more about our Collaborative Gynecology & Hematology Clinic, call 734-763-6295