Pediatric Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Children’s Hospital is a national leader in genetic care and research. Our place at the forefront of discovery allows us to quickly bring research results to patient care. We diagnose, counsel and treat patients with a wide range of genetic disorders, birth defects and developmental concerns.
Learning you or your child may have a genetic disorder can be difficult. Our genetic counselors are here to help. We will discuss your family history with you, and can inform you about risks of a genetic condition using lab tests. If we diagnose a genetic condition, we help you understand the disorder and provide resources.
We offer prenatal genetic counseling through the Vanderbilt Center for Women's Health and our board-certified genetic counselors.
Emergent inpatient consultations are provided 24 hours a day.
Meet Your Care Team
- Adult Metabolic and Genetic Disorders, Genetics, Medical Genetics, Mitochondrial Disorders, Pediatric Clinical Genetics, Pediatric Genetics, Pediatric Metabolic Disorders
- Adult Metabolic and Genetic Disorders, Developmental Delay, Genetic Counseling, Medical Genetics, Pediatric Clinical Genetics, Pediatric Genetics, Undiagnosed Disease
- Medical Genetics, Newborn Screening, Pediatric Genetics, Pediatric Metabolic Disorders
- Medical Genetics, Newborn Screening, Pediatric Clinical Genetics, Pediatric Genetics, Pediatric Metabolic Disorders, Undiagnosed Disease
Why Choose the Genetics and Genomic Medicine Program at Children's Hospital
- Clinical expertise
Our general genetics clinic serves children and adults. We provide testing, counseling, management options and resources for a wide range of conditions and genetic syndromes. Our expertise includes adult-onset disorders such as Huntington disease, hypertension and pulmonary fibrosis.
- Personalized counseling
Our counseling team offers risk assessment based on family or personal history as well as education and resources. With our help, you can make the right decisions for your family's genetic health and psychosocial needs.
- Collaborative care