Utah Center for Bleeding & Clotting Disorders at Primary Children’s Hospital (Pediatric Clinic)
100 N. Mario Capecchi Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Your annual clinic visits (pediatric and adult) take place on the 4th floor of Primary Children's Hospital.
Take the north elevators to the top and check in at the “Cancer, Blood and Marrow Clinic,” located just south of the elevators.
Penni J. Smith -
Hemophilia/Hematology RN Coordinator
Heidi Lane -
PT, DPT, PCs
Adult and Pediatric Physical Therapy
Susan Earl - MSW, LCSW
Adult and Pediatric Social Work
George M. Rodgers, MD
Hassan M> Yaish, MD
Jessica Meznarich, MD
Anne Harvey, PNP
Elizabeth Robison Vessey, FNP
Liz Davies, RN
Hematology RN Coordinator
Contacting the IHTC:
During business hours: (8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday — Friday)
Pediatrics & Adults: contact the IHTC @ Primary Children’s Hospital 801-662-4700.
Please stay on the line until you speak with a person. Wait times are less than 2 minutes.
After Hours: (evening, night, weekends, holidays)
PEDIATRICS: 801-662-1000 Primary Children’s Hospital operator - ask for the hematologist/oncologist on-call.
ADULTS 801-581-2121 University of Utah hospital operator - ask for the Hematologist on-call.
Emergent/urgent bleeding — including ER visit, hospitalizations, emergency surgery: During business hours contact the IHTC. Please stay on the line until you speak with a person. Wait times are less than 2 minutes. After hours, please contact the numbers above.
Anticipated surgical OR dental procedures: Please notify the IHTC a minimum of TWO WEEKS prior to the procedure. The IHTC will need 2 week to coordinate your surgical plan with your surgeon or dentist. Without adequate notice, your procedure may be cancelled or delayed
Questions or concerns that are NOT urgent: During regular business hours, expect that it may be up to 24 hours before we are able to return your call. Please note, for non-emergent concerns, patients who are in clinic during the time of your call will have priority. If the concern is an emergency, please let the hematology office staff know your call is emergent and that you need to speak with a nurse.