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Appointments

UNC Children's locations in Chapel Hill and Raleigh:

General Genetic and Metabolic Clinics - Patients will need a physician's referral to schedule an appointment. After a referral is made, patients can call (984) 974-1401 to schedule an appointment. For urgent appointments (as in the case of children under six months, new diagnosis, abnormal chromosome results, or pregnant mother), the appointment desk will triage the inquiry to the division to see if an earlier appointment is possible or needed. After a referral is made, medical records should be faxed to 919-966-3025.

Prader-Willi Syndrome - Any questions, please call 919-966-9568 to speak with the clinic coordinator.

Appointment cancellations and rescheduling, please call (984) 974-1401 as soon as possible.

 

Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities Locations:

Angelman Syndrome - Appointments are tailored to address each family’s individual needs for education about Angelman syndrome, medical and psychoeducational management, and therapeutic/research options for this complex condition. To request an appointment, please visit the UNC Comprehensive Angelman syndrome Clinic. At the bottom of the page are instructions to make an appointment and links to complete a secure questionnaire (either online via download).

Comprehensive Duplication 15q Syndrome - Appointments are tailored to address each family’s individual needs for education about Duplication 15q syndrome, medical and psychoeducational management, and therapeutic/research options for this complex condition. To schedule an appointment, please visit the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities appointment page.

 

Other Locations:

Multidisciplinary Prader-Willi Syndrome - To request an appointment, please contact Yezmin Perilla-Young, MS, CGC at 919-966-9568. Documentation of the diagnosis and past medical history are requested. 

Ask For a Referral

You’ll need a physician’s referral for genetic testing and counseling. For more information, talk to your doctor or call us at 984-974-1401.

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