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Find a Genetics Provider

Please use this map to help locate genetics providers.  This map was created using Google Maps. To see a list of all facilities, please click on the box in the upper left hand corner of the map.

Services offered at each location may change. This map is updated regularly; please email any corrections here. If you experience difficulties with the map, please try another Internet browser or contact us.

Speciality and Outreach Clinics

Some clinics and health systems have Medical Geneticists (MD’s) on staff, while others offer genetics services through Genetic Counselors. The exact nature of genetics services may differ from place to place; for instance, some facilities may only offer cancer genetics.  To learn what type of care is available and what type of professionals are on staff, contact the clinic/health system directly.

Some Medical Genetics clinics provide Outreach Clinics for people who don’t live near their main clinics. Others offer genetics services at multiple facilities within their health system.  The main clinic should be able to provide details as to locations and services.

The panels below categorize genetics clinics by specialty and include the clinic contact information.  While this information is kept as current as possible, services and locations may change, so check with your genetics clinic or health system for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

Prenatal and/or Preconception Clinics


Pediatric Clinics


Cancer


Shana Verstegen
Shana Verstegen holds a framed photo of her late mother, Deborah Martin, while at home in Madison, Wis., on March 12, 2016. Verstegen (her maiden name is Shana Martin) is a 2002 alumnae of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, fitness trainer, world-class logrolling and lumberjack athlete, and advocate on behalf of the victims of Huntington's disease (a neurodegenerative genetic disorder that her mother died from). (Photo by Jeff Miller/UW-Madison)