Our team offers all the resources your child needs if they have hemophilia or another bleeding disorder. We provide a full suite of specialized services, from diagnostics to treatment and support services.

Our comprehensive care team includes a dedicated clinical nurse, social worker, dental surgeon, physiotherapist, mental health professional, geneticist, and dietician specialized in caring for people with bleeding disorders. We are devoted to providing your family a one-stop destination for your child’s bleeding and clotting disorder care.

Why Choose Us for Hemophilia and Bleeding

  • All the specialists you need: Every aspect of your child’s treatment is considered and taken care of by a full team of specialists. If further care is needed, we’ll connect your child with the right specialists throughout the Loma Linda University Health system.
  • Pediatric and adult services: Transitioning care from childhood to adulthood is seamless at our unique all-in-one campus. When your child reaches adulthood, your family won't have to deal with unfamiliar faces, facilities, or systems.
  • Gene therapy & advanced treatments: Our program is fully equipped to offer leading edge novel therapies, including gene therapy for bleeding disorders. This means we are one of the few programs with the expertise required to provide some of the most advanced treatments for your child’s disorder.
  • Regional leaders: Ours is the only full-spectrum bleeding and thrombosis program from infancy to adulthood in the region. We’re partnered with national organizations for excellence and quality care in hemostasis and thrombosis, such as the American Thrombosis Hemostasis Network (ATHN), American Society of Hematology (ASH), and Hemostasis and Thrombosis Research Society (HTRS).
  • Personalized care: Starting with personalized diagnostics, your child’s treatment plan is tailored to their individual needs to be as effective as possible and revisited every six months to meet ever-changing lifestyle goals. Every patient gets an individualized treatment plan (called a “roadmap”) which gets updated at least every year and allows you to carry your emergency plan with you wherever you go.
  • Clinical trials: Your child may be eligible for new therapies in one of our bleeding disorder clinical trials.

Bleeding Disorders We Treat

  • Hemophilia, including hemophilia A and hemophilia B
  • Von Willebrand disease
  • Bleeding disorders in women
  • Other factor deficiencies and rare bleeding disorders, including factor VII, X, and XIII

Services We Provide

  • Genetic testing
  • Clinical trials
  • Infusion Center
  • Child life program
  • Gene therapy treatment center (QTC)
  • On site lab draw and lab testing for children and young adults
  • Vascular access team
  • Community outreach and social work support
  • Team centered care: mental health, physiotherapy, dentist, and dietician support

Meet Our Doctors

Akshat Jain, MD, MPH

Medical Director for Inherited Bleeding Disorder and Thrombosis Center

Dr. Jain started the only comprehensive bleeding disorder program in 2017 and has grown the comprehensive care for bleeding disorder’s to over 500 families in the four county (San Bernardino, Riverside, Kern, Inyo) of Inland Empire. Dr Jain runs cutting edge research studies for bleeding disorders at Loma Linda University and speaks widely nationally & internationally on inherited bleeding disorders.

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What to Expect

Referrals and Insurance

We accept most insurances, including Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) and Medi-Cal.

Most insurances will require a referral from your primary care provider. If you’re not sure what your insurance requires, call us at 909-651-1910 and we’ll help you navigate the process.

First Visit

Depending on your child’s needs, you’ll meet with a range of specialists, such as a dentist, hematologist, or physiotherapist. Typically, your first meeting at our center lasts an hour or more. During this visit, our specialists will answer any questions you have and start developing a treatment plan for your child.


Bleeding disorders may require ongoing care to manage symptoms and complications. Most people can expect follow-up appointments at least once a year, but your child may need to come in more frequently. Depending on the disorder, your child’s appointments may be several hours long.

Behavioral Health Support

Our integrated behavioral health team actively works with your child and family to address holistic needs. The team helps assess whether your child could benefit from certain behavioral health treatments.

Our Team

Our experienced and compassionate team members come together to serve you from diverse backgrounds, both culturally and across medical specialties. Our diversity empowers us to provide special sensitivity to your unique needs at every step of your care.

Our team includes:

  • Bleeding disorders medical team
  • Infusion Center staff
  • Nurse director, practitioner, and clinicians
  • Pediatric dentist
  • Behavioral health experts
  • Physiotherapy support specialists
  • Pharmacist
  • Social workers
  • Case managers

Take the Next Step

If you’re concerned about your child’s health, we’re here to help 24/7. Call us at 909-651-1910 to make an appointment or ask your primary pediatrician for a referral.