WFH NETWORK

Previous Hemophilia Treatment Centre Twins of the Year award winners

Varna and Bonn (2015)
St. Marina University Hospital of Varna (Varna, Bulgaria)
University Hospital Bonn (Bonn, Germany)

Arequipa and Los Angeles (2014)
Hospital Nacional Carlos Alberto Seguin Escobedo, EsSalud (Arequipa, Peru)
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (Los Angeles, USA)

Davangere and Liverpool (2013)
Davangere Hemophilia Society (Davangere, India)
Liverpool Paediatric Haemophilia Society (Liverpool, United Kingdom)

Ludhiana and Detroit (2013)
Christian Medical College (Ludhiana, India)
Henry Ford Hospital (Detroit, USA)

Hanoi and Melbourne (2012)
National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion (Hanoi, Vietnam)
The Alfred (Melbourne, Australia)

Manado and Utrecht (2011)
Estella Pediatric Hematooncology Center (Manado, Indonesia)
Van Creveldkliniek, University Medical Center (Utrecht, Netherlands)

Delhi and Winnipeg (2010)
Hemophilia Society Delhi Chapter (Delhi, India)
Manitoba Pediatric Bleeding Disorders Program (Winnipeg, Canada)

Yaoundé and Geneva (2010)
University of Yaoundé (Yaoundé, Cameroon)
University of Geneva (Geneva, Switzerland)

Chisinau and Warsaw (2009)
Republican Functional Hemophilia Treatment Centres for Adults and Children (Chisinau, Moldova)
Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion (Warsaw, Poland)

Colombo and Vellore (2009)
Lady Ridgeway Children’s Hospital (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
Christian Medical College (Vellore, India)

Gaborone and Philadelphia (2008)
Princess Marina Hospital Hemophilia Treatment Centre (Gaborone, Botswana)
Penn Comprehensive Hemophilia and Thrombosis Program and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, USA)

Damascus and Montpellier (2007)
Damascus University Blood Bank (Damascus, Syria)
Hôpital Saint-Eloi (Montpellier, France)

Vientiane and Brest (2007)
Mahosot Hospital (Vientiane,Laos)
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Brest (Brest,France) 

Lima and Fort Worth (2006)
Hospital dos de Mayo (Lima, Peru)
Fort Worth Comprehensive Hemophilia Center
(Fort Worth, USA)

Yerevan and Minneapolis (2005)
Centre of Hematology, Yerevan (Yerevan, Armenia)
Fairview University Medical Centre (Minneapolis, USA)

Casablanca and Caen (2005)
Centre Hospitalier Ibn Rochd, Hopital d’Enfants Rabat
(Casablanca, Morocco)
Centre d’hémophiles, Hôpital de Caen (Caen, France)

Santo Domingo and Caracas (2004)
Dr. Robert Reid Cabral Children’s Hospital
(Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
National Hemophilia Centre of Venezuela (Caracas, Venezuela)

Beirut and Geneva (2004)
Lebanese Hemophilia Association (Beirut, Lebanon)
University Hospital of Geneva Hemostasis Unit (Geneva, Switzerland)

Cairo and Knoxville (2003)
The Cairo Hemophilia Centre (Cairo, Egypt)
East Tennessee Hemophilia Treatment Centre (Knoxville, USA)

Panama City and Valencia (2002)
Hospital del Nino (Panama City, Panama)
Centro de Coagulopatias Congénitas (Valencia, Spain)

Moscow and Liverpool (2002)
Moscow Children’s Hematology Centre (Moscow, Russia)
Liverpool Children’s NHS Trust (Liverpool, UK)

St. Louis and Bangalore (2001)
St. John’s Medical College Hospital (Bangalore, India)
Medical Center for Bleeding and Thrombotic Disorders
(St. Louis, Missouri, USA)

Bradford and Pune (2000)
Bradford Haemophilia Centre (Bradford, UK)
Care and Research Centre, Lohade Hospital (Pune, India)

Montevideo and Buenos Aires (1999)
Hospital Pereira Rossell para Niños (Montevideo, Uruguay)
National Academy of Medicine (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Tianjin and Calgary (1999)
Hemophilia Clinic Centre (Tianjin, China)
Southern Alberta Hemophilia Clinic (Calgary, Canada)

Plovdiv and Bonn (1998)
University Hospital Sv. Georgi (Plovdiv, Bulgaria)
University Hospital Bonn (Bonn, Germany)

Bogota and Los Angeles (1997)
Fundacíon Santa Fé de Bogotá (Bogotá, Colombia)
Orthopedic Hospital of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, USA)

Tartu and Stockholm (1997)
Tartu University Clinic (Tartu, Estonia)
Karolinska Hospital (Stockholm, Sweden)

Timisoara and Munich (1996)
Hemophiia Centre Clinica Pediatric III (Timisoara, Romania)
Ludwig-Maximilians University Hemophilia Centre (Munich, Germany)

Riga and Munster (1996)
University Children's Hospital (Riga, Latvia)
Hemophilia Center and Institute for Thrombosis and Hemostasis (Munster, Germany)

Klaipeda and Malmo (1995)
Seamen's Hospital (Klaipeda, Lithuania)
Malmo University Hospital (Malmo, Sweden)

Bratislava and Tel Hashomer (1994)
National Hemophilia Center (Bratislava, Slovakia)
The National Hemophilia Centre (Tel Hashomer, Israel)


Updated October 2016