Daryl Moczygemba became a nurse because of his exposure to the healthcare field as a child (his mother is a retired nurse). In 1997, Daryl became the Hemophilia Nurse Coordinator for the South TX Hemophilia Treatment Center in San Antonio and worked under the late Dr. Howard A. Britton. Under his tutelage, Daryl developed a passion for understanding benign hematological conditions (i.e. Sickle Cell Disease, Hemophilia, and Anemias). Daryl wanted to have a greater role in the care of these patients.
He graduated from PNP school in 2006, and have continued to work in the field ever since. Daryl's main focus is to take care of children with hematologic conditions. This includes, but is not limited to, bleeding disorders, anemias, and children with low blood cell counts. Daryl also takes care of children who have developed, or are at risk of developing blood clots. Daryl works with a comprehensive team to provide care for and to help educate the patient and their family about the condition. We utilize other members of our hematology team to provide total care for the patient and family. This is by far the best model of care for young people with acute or chronic hematologic conditions.
- Town Hall: Sickle Cell (TH8)
- Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas
- Austin, Texas