One in 22 people in the US has a genetic condition-that's a sobering fact. These disorders, known as birth defects, mental retardation, autism, Down syndrome and many other names, occur in people everywhere. You probably know someone with a genetic disorder, and you know that many times these people need special care.
Understanding genetics, the study of biological inheritance, can be a daunting task. The field is constantly changing and new breakthroughs are the norm. The professionals at Fullerton Genetics Center can help you understand these conditions with clarity and compassion. The Center's staff researches, diagnoses, treats, and provides counseling and education for genetic conditions in children, adults, and their families.
For more information, call us toll free at 888-810-2800 or 828-213-0022, or use our online contact form.
We are the region's only comprehensive genetics services program, and we have more than a decade of genetics experience. Patients come to our facility in Asheville, and to several satellite locations throughout Western North Carolina.
Learn more about the services at Fullerton Genetics Center:
What is Genetics provides an overview on how genetics work.
Your genetics visit provides evaluation, diagnosis, and counseling for children and their families, couples planning a baby, and expectant parents. We also offer genetic counseling for adults and those with a family history of cancer.
Fullerton Genetics Center has a history of excellent quality of care. That quality includes rigorous professional certifications from national organizations and world-class clinicians, counselors, researchers, and outreach professionals who care deeply.
Fullerton Genetics Center Laboratory provides a comprehensive range of physician-ordered tests.
Community outreach services offer help and support for women of childbearing age and education for healthcare professionals.
Therapy is available at our center for certain rare disorders called lysosomal storage diseases.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders is a statewide prevention program and the only clinic of its kind in the Carolinas.
Family Support Network of WNC offers support and information to families caring for children with special needs.
Genetics for Physicians is a resource to specimen referral and testing.
For more information, call us toll free at 888-810-2800 or 828-213-0022, or use our online contact form. You may also fax us at 828-251-2608.
11 Vanderbilt Park Drive
Asheville, NC 28803
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