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 Helping babies get started on the right foot

 

The Newborn Screening (NBS) Program officially screens infants born in Wisconsin for 44 disorders, hearing loss, and critical congenital heart disease (CCHD), and is compliant with the 31 disorders that are on the nationally recommended panel.

The Wisconsin Newborn Screening website is dedicated to promoting and encouraging the sharing of knowledge, communication and resources with healthcare agencies, families, and anyone else interested in NBS for the benefit of babies born in Wisconsin.




For more information on:

  • Newborn blood screening, please call the Newborn
    Screening Laboratory at 608-262-6547.
  • How quickly hospitals send specimen cards to the Newborn Screening Laboratory, please see this report or visit the Wisconsin Hospital Association’s CheckPoint Birth Measures Report for this data and additional quality indicators.
  • New! More Continuing Education opportunities! We now have two webinars that highlight proper newborn screening specimen collection techniques: Basics on Newborn Screening Specimen Collection and Submission and Blood Collection for Babies in Special Care Units. Visit our new Learning Management System for access to the training.

For Health Professionals ♦                              ♦ For Parents

 

Program Information

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