Hemophilia of Georgia (HoG) is a nationally and internationally recognized nonprofit organization that provides programs and support services for people with hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, and other bleeding disorders. HoG is the only agency of its kind in the state and is dedicated to enhancing the health and wellness of the bleeding disorder community by providing excellence in comprehensive health care, education, advocacy, and the support of research to transform lives.
Since 1973, Hemophilia of Georgia has been providing blood clotting medications, home infusion training, educational programs, and clinical services. Over the last decade, Hemophilia of Georgia (HoG) has been recognized every year by the Georgia General Assembly for the exceptional work of the organization and its staff in serving the bleeding disorder community. Dedicated to their mission, the people at Hemophilia of Georgia know it takes more than medicine to support the bleeding disorder community.
- HoG works to enhance health care and quality of life, while actively pursuing a cure through research funding. Hemophilia of Georgia looks forward to the day when we live in a world where people live free from bleeding disorders.
- HoG is a trusted resource for medical providers and offers rewarding opportunities for volunteers and donors.
- HoG's nonprofit pharmacy provides convenient home delivery of clotting factor and other medications at competitive prices.
- HoG is guided by a volunteer Board of Directors that includes individuals who have a bleeding disorder.
- For 50 years, Hemophilia of Georgia has provided a wide range of programs and services, including blood clotting products, home infusion training, education, and activities for people who have hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.
Hemophilia of Georgia exists so that people affected by bleeding disorders live as normally and productively as possible.