Comprehensive Clinics

Comprehensive Clinics

For questions regarding any Comprehensive Clinic location, please call:

(309) 692-5337
(877) 335-2234

Main Facility:

Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute

9128 N. Lindbergh Drive
Peoria, IL 61614


Women’s Bleeding Disorders Clinic

9128 N. Lindbergh Drive
Peoria, IL 61614


Clinic Locations:


Frances Nelson Health Center
819 Bloomington Rd
Champaign, IL  61820



Community Health Improvement Center
2905 N. Main Street
Decatur, IL  62521


Medical Arts Building
Visiting Physician Office
527 E. Grant St.
Macomb, IL 61455


Pediatric Speciality Clinic
612 35th Ave
Moline, IL 61265


Fox River Cancer Center
1200 Starfire Dr.
Ottawa, IL 61350


Crusader's Clinic on Broadway
1100 Broadway Road
Rockford, IL. 61104-1429



SIU School of Medicine Cancer Institute
Dept. of Pediatrics
Carol Jo Vecchie Center at St. John’s
Dr. Brandt’s Office
415 North 9th Street
PO Box 19678
Springfield, IL 62794


Thrombophilia Clinics

Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute

9128 N. Lindbergh Drive
Peoria, IL 61614
(309) 692-5337
(877) 335-2234

Comprehensive Care is a proven, effective treatment model used in healthcare. This sensitive, family-centered approach works extremely well in caring for people, not just diseases. At the Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute, comprehensive care is provided by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals with expertise in bleeding, clotting, and blood-related disorders. The team includes a hematologist, nurse coordinators, medical social worker, physical therapist, dentist, research coordinator, and outreach coordinator.

Comprehensive Care includes and emphasizes:

• prevention and overall healthy living,

• early diagnosis and intervention to prevent complications,

• assessment and treatment by a team of specialists,

• on-call medical personnel available after hours,

• education and training in self-care and health management,

• training for home and / or self infusions,

• psychosocial assessments, individual and family counseling,

• assistance with health insurance issues,

• coordination of care with other health providers,

• education of school nurses and daycare providers as needed,

• education for medical professionals on management of bleeding disorders,

• access to leading edge research studies

During one comprehensive clinic visit, patients are seen by the nurses, hematologist, physical therapist, dentist, medical social worker and others for an up-to-date assessment.