National Haemophilia Council

The establishment of a National Haemophilia Council (NHC) was approved by Government following the recommendations of the Lindsay Tribunal in 2001.  The National Haemophilia Council is a statutory body which was established on the 22nd July 2004. The principal function of the National Haemophilia Council is to advise the Minister for Health, Health Service Agencies and other persons on matters relating to the care of patients with Haemophilia and other related bleeding disorders.

Mission Statement
“To advise and recommend on the optimum provision of treatment and care for persons with haemophilia and related bleeding disorders.”

“To set the international benchmark for the provision of effective advice and inclusive involvement in optimising the management of haemophilia.”