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Southeast States

29 centers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee

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Regional Core Center

Southeast Region Bleeding Disorders Program
Hemophilia of Georgia
8607 Roberts Drive, Suite 150
Sandy Springs, GA 30350
(770) 518-8272
www.hog.org

Regional Leadership

Regional Director for the SRHN and Principal Investigator

Deniece Chevannes, DrPH, MPH, MCHES
dichevannes@hog.org

Medical Director for the SRHN

Duc “Bobby” Tran Jr, MD
dtranjr@emory.edu

Regional Administrator for the SRHN

Kori Williams, PT, DPT
klwilliams@hog.org

Medical Director for the CDC CC RIVN Project

Alice Ma, MD
alice_ma@med.unc.edu

Regional Administrator for the CDC CC RIVN Project

Virginie Sirianna, MHA
virginie_sirianna@med.unc.edu

Background and Activities

The Southeast States region collaborates with federal partners, the NHPCC, other regional hemophilia networks, and consumers to deliver the highest quality comprehensive health care to patients. Treatment centers in the region provide family-centered education, state-of-the-art treatment, research, and support services for individuals with bleeding disorders and their families. Activities include hosting the Technical Assistance and Training Meeting, an annual education symposium for care providers and consumer representatives designed to improve patient care.