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

Hasbro Children's Hospital / Division of Human Genetics
2 Dudley Street , Suite 460
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-444-8361
Address: Hasbro Children's Hospital / Division of Human Genetics
2 Dudley Street , Suite 460
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-444-8361
Provider Profiles: Director of human genetics at Rhode Island and its Hasbro Children’s Hospital, and is an associate professor of pediatrics at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. 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.
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Last Updated: 11/1/2017
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.
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Last Updated: 8/17/2017