Resources for Providers

 

Treatment Centers

Infants with genetic disorders require specialized care. Infants identified by newborn screening as potentially having a genetic disorder should be seen by a specialist, or at an appropriate treatment center, listed below.

 

METABOLIC CLINICS

Aminoacidopathies, Galactosemia, Biotinidase Deficiency, Fatty Acid Oxidation and Organic Acidemia

Waisman Center
Madison 608-263-5993
 Marshfield Children’s  Marshfield  715-387-5039
 Children’s Hospital of WI  Milwaukee  414-266-3347

 

ENDOCRINE CLINICS

Hypothyroidism, Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)

Marshfield Children’s
Marshfield 715-387-5039
Children’s Hospital of WI Milwaukee 414-266-3347
American Family Children’s Hospital  Madison  608-263-6420
Guidelines for Follow-up of Abnormal 17-OHP (Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia)

 

HEMOGLOBINOPATHY CLINICS

Sickle Cell Disorders

Children’s Hospital of WI
Milwaukee 414-266-3347
American Family Children’s Hospital
Madison 608-263-6420
Marshfield Children’s Marshfield 715-387-5039
Pediatric Hematology Specialists
Genetic Counseling Resources for Hemoglobin Disorders in Wisconsin
Follow-up for Barts Hemoglobin

 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS CLINICS

Children’s Hospital of WI
Milwaukee 414-266-3347
American Family Children’s Hospital
Madison 608-263-6420
St. Vincent Hospital / Prevea Clinic Green Bay 920-496-4780
Marshfield Children’s Marshfield 715-387-5039
Gundersen Clinic La Crosse 608-775-6766
Genetic Counseling Resources in Wisconsin for Cystic Fibrosis
Letter to Parents Regarding CF Screening Results

 

IMMUNE DEFICIENCY CLINICS

Severe Combined Immune Deficiency (SCID)

Children’s Hospital of WI
Milwaukee 414-266-3347
American Family Children’s Hospital
Madison 608-263-6420

 

For More Information…

…about specimen collection, laboratory results, or answers to other technical questions not found on this site, please contact the WSLH Newborn Screening Laboratory at 608-262-6547.