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Patient Services

The scope of our operations has expanded to meet the demands of a growing population, the needs of new, advanced medical treatments and the challenges of the changing healthcare environment. Today, more than 900 employees provide services to help meet the transfusion-related needs of patients in more than 90 Western Washington hospitals and clinics.

At the forefront of Bloodworks Northwest’s direct care programs is our Patient Services department. Combining quality care and individualized attention with state-of-the-art cell separation and transfusion technology, Patient Services provides a broad scope of procedures both in hospitals and at Blood Center facilities.


Washington Center for Bleeding Disorders

Bloodworks Northwest’s Hemophilia Care Program is now the Washington Center for Bleeding Disorders. Since 1974, the Washington Center for Bleeding Disorders has been helping people with bleeding disorders obtain early, effective treatment and acquire skills that foster independence and minimize the acute and chronic complications from a bleeding disorder.

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