Hemophilia Ontario

Site: South Western Ontario Region

Service: Blood Disorder Services

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Record #: LON3166 Last Modified: 23 Apr 2015 Last Full Update: 19 Feb 2015
Contact Information
Office Phone519-432-2365
Primary ContactMatthew Maynard, Regional Service Coordinator; Email: mmaynard@hemophilia.on.ca
Alternate ContactTerri-Lee Higgins, Executive Director; Email: thiggins@hemophilia.on.ca
Description and Service Details
DescriptionInformation and public education about hemophilia and other related bleeding disorders and their treatment * works with the local Bleeding Disorders Program * advocates to ensure the safety and accessibility of products and services used in treatment * assists people and families to purchase special equipment * works to promote the interests of persons infected through the blood system with such conditions as HIV or Hepatitis C

Education and Peer Support - Opportunities for youth and adults with blood disorders

Provincial Office:
Hemophilia Ontario
65 Wellesley St, Ste 501
Toronto, ON M4Y 1G7
Local: 416-972-0641
Fax: 888-958-0307
HoursMon-Fri 9am-5pm
Areas ServedBrant County ; Bruce County ; Chatham-Kent ; Elgin County ; Essex County ; Grey County ; Haldimand County ; Huron County ; Lambton County ; Middlesex County ; Norfolk County ; Oxford County ; Perth County ; Waterloo Region ; Wellington County
BoundariesSouthwestern Ontario
EligibilityPeople with hemophilia, vonWillebrand Disease, rare factor deficiencies and platelet disorders, and their family and friends
ApplicationCall or email
Agency Information
Primary ExecutiveMonica Mamut, Chair, Hemophilia Ontario - South Western Ontario Region; Phone: 226-980-9126; Email: monica.mamut@gmail.com
Alternate ExecutivePaul Wilton, Past President, Hemophilia Ontario; Phone: 519-657-9878; Email: pwilton3@gmail.com
Site Information
Site LocationCentral London
Located In CommunityLondon
Address & Map
186 King St, Ste 30
London, ON N6A 1C7
IntersectionKing St, between Richmond St and Clarence St
AccessibilityFully Accessible