Adult Bleeding Disorders Program

About this clinic

The Adult Bleeding Disorders Program of BC provides interdisciplinary care to people with inherited bleeding disorders such as Hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease.

It is part of the Adult Inherited Bleeding & Red Cell Disorders Program of BC/Yukon.

The Adult Bleeding Disorders Program at Providence offers the following services:

Clinic hours

The clinic is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.


When we confirm your appointment, we will send you wayfinding instructions.

If you need help locating us, please ask one of our hospital volunteers to direct you.

The Adult Bleeding Disorders Program of BC also has several outreach locations.

Outreach locations
Patient resources

Are you having a medical procedure?

If you are a clinic patient who will be having a medical procedure, please notify our office in advance. You can also visit our patient resources page for more information about planning ahead.

Medical & professional referrals

Referral to attend Bleeding Disorders Clinics is required. Fax referral form to 604-806-8784.

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Clinical trials & research

Advances in treatments are all thanks to medical research. While participating in research is a decision you should make for yourself in consultation with your care team, there is much activity in this area so please ask us about our research programs if you’re interested.

By taking part in research, you can help us all learn more about advancing health outcomes and find better ways to help people live and thrive. While you cannot assume benefit to yourself, your participation can make a difference in improving care for future patients.

The following clinical trials are currently enrolling volunteers. Please ask your care team for more information or contact the research team listed on each study or trial. For other information about research at Providence Health Care, please visit Providence Research.

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