The Pacific Sickle Cell Regional Collaborative is a federally-funded project that seeks to improve the health and quality of life of individuals with sickle cell disease, no matter where they live or seek care.

A Targeted Approach

The Pacific Sickle Cell Regional Collaborative strives to change the environment of care for adults and children with sickle cell disease by:

Building regional healthcare delivery capacity for individuals with sickle cell disease throughout 13 states in the Pacific Region
Making provider training about sickle cell disease more available 
Testing and promoting new models for delivering sickle cell care in clinics and hospitals
Implementing innovative approaches that encourage providers to use proven therapies and guidelines for sickle cell disease care

”  To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science.   “

ALBERT EINSTEIN

Trusted Partners

We bring together sickle cell disease experts, people with sickle cell disease and their family members, primary care providers, sickle cell community based organizations, policy makers, public health departments, and others to address the unequal treatment that has led to poor care and poor outcomes for this population.

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