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The Optum Bleeding Disorder StrapWrap

The StrapWrap® is a free medical alert wrap for patients who have hemophilia or another bleeding disorder.


The StrapWrap keeps medical information close when it’s needed most

In an emergency situation, first responders need to know as soon as possible that you or your loved one has hemophilia or a bleeding disorder. The Optum® StrapWrap contains the needed information securely and wraps around a seatbelt, backpack or other strap. Its bright red color and medical logo make it easy for emergency responders to quickly access medical and personal documents.

Get a StrapWrap for free

If you or a loved one has hemophilia or another bleeding disorder, you can request a StrapWrap at no charge. We’ll work with you to fill out your medical documents. Then, we’ll send your StrapWrap with all your information ready to go.

We can give each patient one StrapWrap per year.

Request your free StrapWrap. Fill out the form and a member of our team will contact you.

The StrapWrap is available only to U.S. residents who are members of the bleeding disorders community.

 We're here to support you throughout your treatment -- so you can focus on what matters. Learn more about how we help.

Support for bleeding disorders

Contact our dedicated bleeding disorders team. Visit our contact page to find the best way to get in touch.

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Our pharmacists, nurses, patient care coordinators and benefits experts deliver full-service infusion care, so patients and providers can focus on treatment, not obstacles.

Our extra care and support includes:

  • Live in-person, virtual or phone support with a clinician
  • Disease- and therapy-specific education, support and tools

Get the care you need, where and when you need it.

Our specially trained infusion nurses are available nationwide. You can expect 24/7 support, timely delivery of supplies and comprehensive care.

We offer expert, convenient treatment and support for many different bleeding disorders – including rare ones.

  • Hemophilia A
  • Hemophilia B
  • Von Willebrand disease
  • Factor I (1) deficiency
  • Factor II (2) deficiency
  • Factor V (5) deficiency
  • Factor VII (7) deficiency
  • Factor X (10) deficiency
  • Factor XI (11) deficiency (hemophilia C)
  • Factor XII (12) deficiency
  • Factor XIII (13) deficiency
  • Bernard-Soulier syndrome (BSS)
  • Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia (GT)
  • Platelet storage pool deficiency (SPD)