Arizona Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center

Department of Medicine
University of Arizona
1515 N Campbell Ave
Tucson AZ 85724
(520) 626-4152 phone
(520) 626-7077 fax
Office Hours: 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday–Friday



Emergencies, After Hours, or Holidays: 
Call (520) 694-6000 to reach the Banner UMC Paging Operator. Request the "Pediatric or Adult Hemophilia Provider On-Call" for immediate assistance.

To schedule an appointment or for general information call (520) 626-4152.

AzHTC Clinic Locations

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Adult Clinic
University of Arizona Cancer Center
1891 W Orange Grove Rd
Tucson, AZ 85704

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Pediatric Clinic
Banner - University Medical Center Tucson Campus
1625 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ 85719

AzHTC Mission Statement 

The Arizona Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center, in partnership with patients with bleeding and clotting disorders, strives to provide individualized care focused on improving health and well-being through an inclusive practice that equitably serves a diverse population.

AzHTC General Description

Hemostasis and Thrombosis Centers throughout the country have become vital resources for patients. The Arizona Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center (AzHTC), at the University of Arizona in Tucson, is a comprehensive diagnostic and treatment center for individuals and families with congenital bleeding and clotting disorders.

This Hemostasis Treatment Center (HTC) was established in 1978 as part of the national network of HTCs supported by federal funding. Over thirty-five years ago, the U.S. network of HTCs was established to provide comprehensive services for individuals and families with inherited bleeding disorders. Today there are over 130 HTCs throughout the U.S. improving health outcomes and reducing costs. The AzHTC is one of 11 centers within the Mountain States Hemophilia Network region.

The AzHTC provides multidisciplinary patient and family-centered care.  Our team consists of staff that have received extensive and on-going training and education in the complications of hemostasis and thrombophilia and the special needs of individuals and families affected by these disorders.  Our team works to design an optimal chronic disease and lifestyle management plan that is patient oriented, culturally competent, and is updated regularly to accommodate the individuals’ changing needs.  There is also a high-risk obstetrics team/clinic on site to provide service for hemophilia carriers and women with other bleeding and clotting disorders during pregnancy, labor, and delivery.

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The AzHTC team consults with community and payer health care professionals involved in the patient’s care plan. The team is directly involved in:

  • Medical Management Of Routine Care, Procedure Planning, And Emergency Care
  • Assuring Access To Necessary Medications
  • Patient And Family Education
  • Home Treatment Training And Maintenance
  • Genetic Testing And Counseling
  • Psychotherapy And/Or Mental Health Referral
  • Access To National And Regional Patient Assistance Programs
  • Pharmaceutical Company Product Assistance
  • Insurance Plan And Financial Consultation
  • Assessing Academic Progress And Identifying Academic Goals And Needs
    Many of these services are provided free of charge.

Inpatient and outpatient care is provided at Banner University Medical Center - Tucson.  Our hospital has a level one trauma center, an emergency room, urgent care center, and a pharmacy stocked with clotting factor concentrates and other products used to control bleeding.

Consultation with a provider is available to both patients and healthcare providers:

  • During regular business hours by calling the nurse coordinator (520) 626-0213 or
  • 24/7 through the Banner University Medical Center paging operator at (520) 694-6000 by asking for the “pediatric or adult hemophilia provider on call”.

Care Team

At the AzHTC, caring for your needs – both physical and mental – is our top priority. We have a talented staff that includes medical professionals who will treat patients with the utmost care. Feel free to reach out to us and see how our incredible care team can provide support.

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Financial/Insurance Assistance


HTC Partner Organizations

The HTC is grateful for the hospital and organizations that have supported and collaborated with us to bring quality care, education, and opportunities to patients. For more information on our partners, please follow the links below.


Banner University Medical Center, Tucson, AZ

1625 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719

Patient Organizations:

National Bleeding Disorders Foundation

National Blood Clot Alliance 

World Federation of Hemophilia

Hemophilia Federation of America

Coalition for Hemophilia B

Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders

Cascade Foundation of Southern Arizona

Arizona Bleeding Disorders

Important Legal Information for Site Users

The materials on the Arizona Hemostasis and Thrombosis web pages are for general information only. They are not intended to make statements concerning the official policies and practices of the institutions unless otherwise stated.

The information contained on these web pages is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Nothing in these pages is intended for medical diagnosis or treatment. Use of these web pages is not intended to, nor does it create a physician-patient or health care provider-patient relationship between our HTC and the user. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified healthcare provider before starting any new treatment or with any question you may have regarding a medical condition.

To Schedule Your Appointment or for General Information: Call (520) 626-4152

Emergencies, After Hours, or Holidays: Call (520) 694-6000 to reach the Banner UMC Paging Operator. Request the "Pediatric or Adult Hemophilia Provider On-Call" for immediate assistance.