Who treats bone marrow failure at Children’s Minnesota?

In some cases, children with bone marrow failure syndromes have health problems that affect other organs in addition to the blood. A team approach to comprehensive patient and family-centered care ensures that all of the child’s needs are addressed. Specialists from many areas of medicine are available including:

Pediatric hematologists are physicians with special focus on pediatric blood disorders. At the vascular anomalies center, our hematologists tailor a treatment plan that is special for each one of our patients.

Clinical nurse practitioners (CNP) are nurses who have completed a master’s program and specialty training in caring for children with cancer and blood disorders.