Improving the lives and long-term outcomes
of people impacted by bleeding disorders

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Promoting excellence in haemophilia 
care, education, advocacy and support.

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HFNZ currently has four Haemophilia Outreach Workers who offer support and service to people in our four regions across New Zealand.

Through our Outreach Workers, HFNZ works to support and educate members, providing information about treatment, lifestyle, risks, and the need for personal responsibility. They can also play a special role in the support of newly diagnosed families or anyone needing special assistance.

Haemophilia Outreach Workers try to visit each person with haemophilia at least once a year, with supplementary visits and calls for special needs such as hospital inpatients, extended periods away from work or school, or when confined to home. They also help plan and implement educational and social events, camps, and workshops.

Feel free to contact them with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your or your child’s bleeding disorder. We are here to help.

 
 
 

 

Contact your Haemophilia Outreach Worker (HOW)

Northern Region

PO Box 41-062, St Lukes,

Mt Albert, Auckland 1346

Phone: (09) 845 4658

Toll-free: 0508 FACTOR (322 867)

Email

Midland Region

PO Box

Hamilton

Phone 07 856 4442

Toll-free: 0508 FACTOR (322 867)

Email

Central Region

Lynne Campbell

PO Box 24014, Manners St,

Wellington 6142

Phone: (04) 382 8442

Toll-free: 0508 FACTOR (322 867)

Email Lynne

Southern Region

PO Box 7647, Sydenham,

Christchurch 8240

Phone: 03 371 7485

Toll-free: 0508 FACTOR (322 867)

Email

 

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