HemaCare Plus | Providing FREE Home Infusion Services and Nursing Care to Our Patients.

We are a professional and caring team devoted to helping you, our patients, become strong, successful citizens, and to teaching you how to live a fulfilling life without allowing a chronic disorder to stand in your way.

Meet Our Team

Office Staff:

Darla Mohler Dixon R.N., B.S.N. – President  DarlaD@HemaCarePlus.com  Darla is the heart and soul of HemaCare Plus. A Registered Nurse by education, she started the company out of a deep desire to provide better nursing care for the bleeding disorder community. Better nursing care translates to patients becoming proficient at self-infusion, lower rates of infection, and fewer hospitalizations. This in turn enables the patient to attend school with fewer absences, and the caregiver and/or patient, to work out in the real world, something unheard of just a few short years ago. Her desire is to see every patient that she cares for grow into a healthy, well-educated, self-sufficient and productive citizen of our society. Now in business close to 10 years, when you talk to Darla, you catch her passion for her patients and for providing the best possible nursing care and education possible, enabling families to live normal lives, without being controlled by their chronic disorder.

 

Keith Dixon – IT Technician   KeithD@HemaCarePlus.com HemaCare Plus could not function as well as it does without Keith making sure all the technology works as it is designed to do. He keeps all of our software and hardware up to date, maintains the network, and is the go-to guy for everything from phones to computers to websites.  The only thing he demands is a dish full of candy and a cupcake every now and then.

 

Kevin Mohler- Director of Marketing and Operations   KevinM@HemaCarePlus.com  As Director of Marketing and Operations, Kevin works closely with Darla to make sure the HemaCare Plus marketing messages are clearly communicated to medical professionals, insurance payers, patients, and family members of the bleeding disorder community.  His mission is to make sure every patient has access to HemaCare Plus’ unique, one-on-one care and education that teaches them how to lead fuller and more satisfying lives.  He has spent most of his life surrounded by patients with bleeding disorders, and has developed a true passion for each and every one of them.

 

Wilbur (Pete) Macon R.Ph., Pharmacist  Pete is the pharmacist who fills your order of recombinant or blood factor, or any of your bleeding disorder products. He has a passion for children and adults with specials needs. He has been a Pharmacist for over 50 years and brings sunshine to the office, every single day.

 

Tami Waters-  Healthcare Policy and Legislative Analyst  TamiW@HemaCarePlus.com Tami follows relevant government healthcare policies and legislation that affect clinic operations, so we stay up to date on the decisions that affect YOU. With all the ongoing changes in these areas of government, Tami’s role is especially important, not only in tracking past and present policy changes, but in forecasting the future as well. Tami is married and has a son. When she’s not working, Tami loves to spend time with her family.

Nurses:

Dan Estes- RN, Bleeding Disorder Specialist DanE@HemaCarePlus.com  For 10 years Dan worked in emergency medicine as an EMT/Paramedic in the Montgomery, Alabama area. Later he became an RN and specialized in Trauma Nursing Critical Care at Jackson Hospital Emergency Department. In 2001, he began working with Hemophilia patients.  Dan has been married for over 38 years to his lovely wife Betty. They have two granddaughters and one grandson. He loves to hunt, fish, travel, and goof off when Betty lets him.

 

Darla Mohler Dixon R.N., B.S.N. – President  DarlaD@HemaCarePlus.com Darla is the heart and soul of HemaCare Plus. A Registered Nurse by education, she started the company out of a deep desire to provide better nursing care for the bleeding disorder community. Better nursing care translates to patients becoming proficient at self-infusion, lower rates of infection, and fewer hospitalizations.  This in turn enables the patient to attend school with fewer absences, and the caregiver and/or patient, to work out in the real world, something unheard of just a few short years ago. Her desire is to see every patient that she cares for grow into a healthy, well-educated, self-sufficient and productive citizen of our society. Now in business close to 10 years, when you talk to Darla, you catch her passion for her patients and for providing the best possible nursing care and education possible, enabling families to live normal lives, without being controlled by their chronic disorder.