National Harbor, MD - July 25, 2023 - The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated 2023 Bleeding Disorders Conference, set to take place from August 17-19 at the renowned Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, MD. This year's conference promises to be a groundbreaking event, bringing together individuals affected by inheritable blood and bleeding disorders, health care professionals, and industry experts. 

Now in its 75th year, the NHF has been at the forefront of providing support, advocacy, and education for the blood and bleeding disorders community. As part of this significant milestone, the conference will celebrate the foundation's remarkable journey and honor its unwavering commitment to improving the lives of those living with or caregiving for various blood/bleeding disorders. 

The 2023 Bleeding Disorders Conference will feature a diverse range of educational sessions designed to empower attendees with the latest advancements and insights in the field. Participants can look forward to thought-provoking keynote speeches, interactive workshops, and in-depth panel discussions led by renowned experts. This year's conference will cover a wide array of topics, including emerging treatments, research breakthroughs, mental health support, access to care, and advocacy strategies. 

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers, fostering connections that will last a lifetime. The conference will facilitate an inclusive environment, where individuals affected by blood and bleeding disorders, their families, and caregivers can share experiences, learn from one another, and build a strong support network. Community connections are a vital aspect of the conference, empowering attendees to become advocates for positive change within their local communities. 

This year’s conference is even more unique, because for the first time the public will see an unveiling of the organization’s rebranding, including a new name and look. The rebranding reflects the organization's continued growth, expanded focus, and renewed commitment to serving the entire community. Attendees will witness the unveiling firsthand and gain insight into the future vision of the organization as it begins its next phase of service, support, and research for the community. 

"This year's Bleeding Disorders Conference is a significant milestone for the foundation," said Dr. Len Valentino, CEO of NHF. "We are proud to celebrate our 75th anniversary and to provide an unparalleled platform for education, community building, and the unveiling of our exciting rebrand. We invite everyone to join us in National Harbor and be a part of this momentous event." 

Registration for the 2023 Bleeding Disorders Conference is now open to the public and press. Members of the public can register at, and members of the press can email for registration information. For more information, a full program listing, and to secure your spot, please visit the official conference website at 

For 75 years, The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) has championed research, education, and advocacy for inheritable blood disorders. NHF is dedicated to finding better treatments, preventative measures, and cures for inheritable blood disorders. Founded by patients in 1948, NHF’s impactful programs and initiatives are made possible through the support of a nationwide network of chapters, as well as individuals, partners, and a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Learn more at