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Hemophilia Treatment Centers


Many people with bleeding disorders use the resources of their hemophilia treatment center (HTC). Individuals who go to hemophilia treatment centers will not only find state-of-the art medical care, but also benefit from an experienced, caring staff that takes time to develop comprehensive treatment care plans for patients and families.

Local Hemophilia Treatment Centers:

  • Gulf States Hemophilia & Thrombophilia Center
    6655 Travis, Suite 100
    Houston, TX 77030
    Phone: 713-500-8360
  • Texas Children’s Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center
    6701 Fannin Street
    Suite 1580
    Houston, Texas 77030
    Phone: 832-822-4362
  • Children’s Blood and Cancer Center of Central Texas – Dell Children’s Specialty Pavillion
    4910 Mueller Blvd Ste 200
    Austin, TX 78723
    Phone: 512-628-1900
  • South Texas Hemophilia Treatment Center
    Gateway Medical Park
  • 8435 Wurzbach Road
    San Antonio, TX 78229
    Phone: 210-567-7000

Assistance Programs

Your Social Worker at your Hemophilia Treatment Center can help you navigate resources for financial assistance.

Please contact your Social Worker for a LSBDF Helping Hands referral application.

Hemophilia Assistance Program


Hemophilia Assistance Program

The Hemophilia Assistance Program helps Texans with hemophilia cover their medical bills. Assistance is provided with blood factor replacement products or reimbursement for health insurance premium payment.

Who is eligible for services?

HAP is available to anyone who

  • Lives in Texas
  • Is 18 or older
  • Has an income at or below 200 percent of federal poverty guidelines
  • Has a diagnosis of hemophilia from a licensed physician
  • Isn’t incarcerated or a ward of the state
  • Isn’t eligible for the Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program, Medicaid or Medicare

PAN Foundation

News from HFA

  • BioMarin Update: FDA Extends PDUFA Target Action Date to June 30, 2023

    SAN RAFAEL, Calif., March 6, 2023 — BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc., a global biotechnology company dedicated to transforming lives through genetic discovery, announced that it received notice this afternoon from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that the agency has extended review of the company’s Biologics License Application (BLA) for ROCTAVIAN™ (valoctocogene roxaparvovec) gene therapy for adults The post BioMarin Update: FDA Extends PDUFA Target Action Date to June 30, 2023 appeared first on Hemophilia Federation of America.

  • The Complexity of Unwinding Medicaid

    The long-heralded Medicaid “unwinding” has begun. As previously reported, state Medicaid programs have, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, operated under a law that prohibited them from disenrolling Medicaid enrollees for the duration of the public health emergency (PHE). Congress changed that requirement in December 2022, delinking the Medicaid continuous enrollment obligation from the PHE. The post The Complexity of Unwinding Medicaid appeared first on Hemophilia Federation of America.

  • FDA Approves Sanofi’s Once-Weekly ALTUVIIIO™

    Source: Sanofi Press Release Sanofi announces that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved ALTUVIIIO™ [Antihemophilic Factor (Recombinant), Fc-vWF-XTEN Fusion Protein-ehtl], previously known as efanesoctocog alfa, a first-in-class, high-sustained factor VIII replacement therapy for adults and children with hemophilia A.  Sanofi states that with ALTUVIIIO, they are looking to raise the bar for people with The post FDA Approves Sanofi’s Once-Weekly ALTUVIIIO™ appeared first on Hemophilia Federation of America.

  • Dear Addy: Project CALLS

    Dear Addy,  I recently attended an event and learned about submitting issues with my insurance to HFA’s Project CALLS. I have an insurance issue, however, I still have some questions about how CALLS works and what happens when I submit an issue. Can you explain the process?  Signed,  CALLS Quandary   Dear Quandary,  You are not The post Dear Addy: Project CALLS appeared first on Hemophilia Federation of America.

  • Finding Strength Through Diversity

    This Black History Month, HFA asks our community to think back on the family members they’ve loved and the moments they created. We ask our community to think on the diversity of our community, the stories we’ve shared, and the people of color who helped make the bleeding disorder community as strong as it is The post Finding Strength Through Diversity appeared first on Hemophilia Federation of America.