The Children’s Blood & Cancer Center of Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, TX, focuses on pediatric cancers and blood disorders, and offers specialized care through several different clinics, each one dedicated to a particular illness or aspect of treatment:
- Cancer Survivorship Clinic: The battle against cancer continues long after treatments end. Our Cancer Survivorship Clinic helps kids navigate the late effects from pediatric cancer treatments, and our online Passport for Care® plan gives ongoing support designed to help improve quality of life.
- Hemophilia Clinic: Care at the hemophilia clinic centers around patients with congenital bleeding disorders or clotting disorders, including hemophilia and von Willebrand disease.
- Neuro-Oncology Clinic: Patients with malignant or benign tumors of the brain and spinal cord are treated at the Neuro-Oncology Clinic, which also addresses neurological complications associated with other forms of cancer.
- Sickle Cell Clinic: Preventing complications of sickle cell disease is an important part of managing the health of children living with this and related blood disorders.
- Texas Child Study Center Embedded Behavioral Clinic: This beneficial collaboration between Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas and The University of Texas at Austin integrates medical and behavioral health care to treat the whole patient.