Pediatric Genetic Counseling

Description: Programs that test an asymptomatic individual's blood and tissue to determine the presence of a particular gene or chromosome variation which may lead to the birth of a child with a particular disease or disability; or which determine the presence of specific genes or chromosome variations which predispose the person to a particular disease or disability later in life. Carrier testing is done for a number of conditions. (AIRS Carrier/Predictive Genetic Testing LF-5350.1500)

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Providence, RI

Pediatric Endocrinology
111 Plain Street 3rd Floor
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-444-5504
Organization Name: Lifespan Physician Group
Address: Pediatric Endocrinology
111 Plain Street 3rd Floor
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-444-5504
Fax: 401-781-8101
Services Provided: She provides genetic risk assessment as well as counseling for patients with a family history of genetic disorders. She is board certified in pediatric endocrinology and biochemical genetics
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 2/11/2019
101 Plain Street
6th Floor
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-453-7510
Organization Name: Care New England
Address: 101 Plain Street
6th Floor
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-453-7510
Provider Profiles: The Prenatal Diagnosis Center (PDC) offers you and your partner the option of genetic counseling. Genetic counseling may be helpful to you if you have a known genetic disorder, take medication, if there are diseases that run in your family, or you’ve had a test in your pregnancy that indicates your baby might have a birth defect.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 8/17/2017