The Johns Hopkins Division of Hematology is one of the largest dedicated non-malignant hematology programs in the United States. We provide state-of-the-art patient care, innovative education initiatives, and cutting-edge research in hematologic conditions such as sickle cell disease, hemostasis & thrombosis, complement disorders, and bone marrow failure.
Inspiring Academic Leaders in Hematology
Education is our passion. We offer innovative programs to promote lifelong learning in hematology to medical trainees and faculty alike, including one of the longest-running Hematology-Focused Fellowship Programs in the United States.
Our Hematology Specialty Centers
We provide outstanding outpatient care to patients with a wide-variety of hematologic disorders.
Sickle Cell Center for Adults
Our comprehensive center provides exceptional, multi-disciplinary care to patients with sickle cell disease.
Hemostasis & Thrombosis
Our state-of-the-art services include a Hemophilia Treatment Center, Anticoagulation (AC) Clinic, and Hematology Stewardship Program.
Our team is a leader in complement mediated disorders, including PNH, TTP, and aHUS.
We provide cutting-edge care for patients with congenital and acquired bone marrow failure syndromes.
We collaborate with the Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery to provide care to patients who cannot receive blood products.
The Johns Hopkins Hematology Difference
We are proud to be at the forefront of patient care and research in non-malignant hematology. Your support will help fund the continued development of paradigm-changing advances in hematologic disorders. We thank you.Donate Now