Nicole Reynaud, RN
Hemophilia Nurse Manager
Louisiana Center for Bleeding & Clotting Disorders (LCBCD)
Nicole Reynaud has been a nurse coordinator for Louisiana Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders since September 2019. Prior to beginning her nursing career, she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Southeastern Louisiana University. She began her career at Tulane Medical Center Pediatric Floor where she spent 15 years, then 3 years at Tulane-Lakeside Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic. At the LCBCD she oversees the hemophilia clinic at UMC and our Outreach clinic in Lafayette and Lakeside. As a nurse coordinator, she coordinates between physicians and patient’s treatment plans and factor regimens and works closely with specialty pharmacies to provide infusion medications and services in home settings. She provides education to our patients and families, as well as daycares and schools. She is the first point of contact when patients are experiencing an emergency, and expedites care to the local ER/hospital for an individualized plan of care and much more. Furthermore, she also serves on the Women/Girls Learning Action Networks (LANs) – Nursing Subcommittee.
Nicole’s husband David has severe Hemophilia A and their daughter Watson is an Obligate Carrier. Together they maintain an active role in the Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation by attending conferences, educational meetings, and volunteer fundraisers. Their large involvement was recognized in 2011 as they were awarded Advocate of the Year by the Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation. Also, Nicole is a member of a local lady’s charitable organization called the 3-ELLs (Lyrics, Laughter, Ladies), and every 2 years they put on a Variety Show and all proceeds go to a local Beneficiary.