Pediatric Hematology / Oncology
Hasbro Children's Hospital

Pediatric General Hematology Program

What to Expect in Pediatric Blood Disorders Evaluation

Many children who are seen by their pediatricians may be referred to our pediatric blood disorder program at the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center due to an abnormal laboratory test or symptoms of a possible blood disorder. Diagnosis of a blood disorder is made using specialized laboratory tests performed by the Rhode Island Hospital Laboratory. Some children may require blood transfusions or other therapies, while many do not. 

With our care, most patients enjoy healthy, active daily lives, fully participating in school or work, non-contact sports, and other activities.

A little boy going down a slide.

How to Reach Us

To contact the Rhode Island Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center, please call 401-444-8250.

Our Team of Caregivers

Our team, which includes physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, phlebotomists, social workers, medical assistants, psychologists, registered dietitians, rehabilitation therapists, pharmacists, child life specialists, and administrative staff, collaborates to enable the quickest possible diagnosis of your child’s condition and a timely start to therapy as well as superb follow-up care.

Services Offered

  • Treatment for blood disorders
  • Laboratory and diagnostic evaluations, with follow-up care
  • State-of-the-art therapies
  • 24-hour on-call medical coverage
  • Access to knowledgeable and experienced medical staff

The Walk to His Future

While undergoing an intense regimen of infusions and treatment for Hemophilia B, Logan had a goal that kept him on track. He achieved it. Watch Logan walk at his high school graduation.

Among the Blood Disorders We Treat

We diagnose and treat a wide range of non-malignant blood disorders including:

  • Anemia
  • Bone marrow failure syndromes
  • Immune Thrombocytopenia
  • Iron deficiency
  • Neutropenia

Pediatric General Hematology Center Research

We have a number of open clinical trials in pediatric non-malignant blood disorders.

If you are a researcher and would like more information about research opportunities, please visit the Lifespan research administration website.