Hemophilia

Hemophilia Services

New Jersey has a statewide network of centers to provide comprehensive diagnosis, treatment/management, patient/family education, and psychosocial counseling for children and adults with hemophilia or other disorders of bleeding or coagulation. Related services are also available or can be coordinated for patients and their family members.

A health insurance assistance program for persons with hemophilia is administered by The Hemophilia Association of New Jersey through partial grant funding from the Department of Health. Children and adults may be eligible for the insurance program if they are on home care which is coordinated through a designated hemophilia treatment center.

Contact Information

Newborn Screening Follow-Up Program
Claudia A. Pollet, MD, MPH, Program Manager/Health Science Specialist
E-mail: Claudia.Pollet@doh.nj.gov
New Jersey Department of Health
Special Child Health and Early Intervention Services
Newborn Screening and Genetic Services
P.O. Box 364
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0364
Office # 609-292-1582
Fax # 609-292-3580 or 9288

Last Reviewed: 3/28/2017