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Organization: Hemophilia Ontario - South Western Ontario Region  
Phone Numbers: 519-432-2365
Fax: 1-888-958-0307
Email: swor@hemophilia.on.ca
Website: www.hemophilia.on.ca
Address:
186 King St, Suite 30
London, ON
N6A 1C7
Intersection: King St, between Richmond St and Clarence St
Location: London (Central)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours:
  Service
Mon9am-5pm
Tue9am-5pm
Wed9am-5pm
Thu9am-5pm
Fri9am-5pmOpen

Executives: Paul Wilton - Chair
519-657-9878 * pwilton3@gmail.com
Contacts: Matthew Maynard - Provincial Coordinator - Adult Services
mmaynard@hemophilia.on.ca
Jenna Foley - Executive Director
jfoley@hemophilia.on.ca
Service Description: Information and public education about hemophilia and other related bleeding disorders and their treatment * works with the local Bleeding Disorders Program * advocates to ensure the safety and accessibility of products and services used in treatment * assists people and families to purchase special equipment * works to promote the interests of persons infected through the blood system with such conditions as HIV or Hepatitis C

Education and Peer Support - Opportunities for youth and adults with blood disorders

Provincial Office:
Hemophilia Ontario
4711 Yonge St, 10th Floor, Ste 10100
Toronto, ON M2N 6K8
Local: 416-972-0641
1-888-838-8846
Fax: 888-958-0307

Fees: Free
Application: Call or email
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People with hemophilia, vonWillebrand Disease, rare factor deficiencies and platelet disorders, and their family and friends
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Southwestern Ontario
See Also: AIDS
Blood Disorders
HIV / AIDS

This information was last completely updated on January 23, 2017

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About Us
The Canadian Haemophilia Society is an organization that works at three levels: nationally, provincially and locally. We have ten provincial chapters across the country. Some of our chapters have additional local structures that we refer to as regions.