Genomics is the study of all genes in the genome including their interactions with each other and with environmental factors. Genomic Medicine is the use of this information to improve health outcomes. The goal of the Genomic Medicine Division at UC Davis is to help improve the quality of life for individuals, both children and adults, and family members of individuals with genetic disorders through clinical care, research, and education.
Genomic Medicine Clinics For Pediatric and Adult Patients
- Genomic Medicine - General Clinic
- NF/Ras Pathway Genomic Medicine Clinic
- Metabolic Clinic
- Lysosomal Storage Disorders Clinic
- Neurogenomics Clinic
- Ocular Precision Genomics Clinic
- TeleGenomics Clinic
Indications For a Referral
The Genomic Medicine Clinics see individuals of all ages (newborns, children and adults) for a variety of indications. For a list of common reasons for a referral, take a look at our Referral Indications page. If you are unsure if you/your child should be referred to our clinic, please call our office at 916-703-0317 to speak with a genetic counselor.
Referrals to the Genomic Medicine Clinic
If you are already a UC Davis patient, please ask your primary care physician to refer you to the UC Davis Genomic Medicine Clinic in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Genomic Medicine at the MIND Institute in Sacramento, CA.
If you are not yet a UC Davis patient, you will most often need your primary care physician to refer you. Outside providers and physicians can refer a patient to the UC Davis Genomic Medicine Clinic by calling the UC Davis Physician Referral Line at 800-4-UCDAVIS (800-482-3284), or by visiting the Outpatient Referrals Website to start the referral process. Please ask your physician to include in the referral recent test results related to your condition.
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