Mountain States Hemophilia Network
About the MSHN
The MSHN includes seven of the 10 largest states in geographic size in the United States and covers over 1.5 million square miles. This large geographic area brings challenges but also allows for a heavy reliance on regional partnerships and collaborations with consumers and providers who are dedicated to improving health and wellness in the bleeding and clotting disorders communities.
The MSHN exists to provide our Hemophilia Treatment Centers member centers the expertise necessary to provide state-of-the-art, culturally-sensitive, family-centered care to all those affected by bleeding and clotting disorders. We cannot do this by ourselves. Only by partnering with other organizations locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally can we achieve our mission.
Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTC)
Regional Core Center
Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Regional Medical Director
Rebecca Kruse-Jarres, MD
Susan Lattimore, RN
Our Hemophilia Treatment Centers:
- Alaska Bleeding Disorder Clinics in Anchorage, Alaska
- Washington Center for Bleeding Disorders in Seattle, Washington
- Seattle Children’s Hospital Hemophilia Treatment Center in Seattle, Washington
- Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital in Spokane, Washington
- The Hemophilia Center at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon
- St. Luke’s Hemophilia Center in Boise, Idaho
- Utah Center for Bleeding & Clotting Disorders in Salt Lake City, Utah
- University of Colorado Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center in Aurora, Colorado
- Arizona Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona
- Arizona Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona
- Ted R. Montoya Hemophilia Program at University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Only by collaborating with other organizations locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally can we achieve our mission.
► Local bleeding disorders advocacy partners
► National bleeding disorders advocacy partners
► Our federal partners
► Our research/clinical partners
Staff of the member centers of the Mountain States Hemophilia Network are involved in a diversity of programs aimed at improving the lives of individuals affected by bleeding and clotting disorders. Our clinical programs offer access specialists that help patients and families achieve optimal physical, emotional, mental, and social health. Our quality improvement programs focus on optimizing the delivery of a value based health experience honoring the needs of our patients and their families. All centers are undergoing efforts to support transition of care from adolescent to adult health and patient and family engagement. Our research programs aspire to be on the cutting edge with the goal of transforming the care of those we serve. We provide education through programs with learners at all types and needs with the goal of assisting all involved in our community.
The Mountain States Hemophilia Network supports multiple events throughout the year. The purpose of these events is to ensure that member centers continually work towards achieving the goals of our grant guidance. Click below to view a schedule of upcoming MSHN events.
707 SW Gaines St
Portland, OR 97239