Laboratory Corporation of America Genetic Counselor in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Whether the needs are large or small, routine or complex, physicians and patients can depend on LabCorp/Integrated Genetics for access to a full range of the highest quality genetic services. As a leading provider of genetic testing and counseling services, Integrated Genetics offers the largest national commercial network of genetic counselors. Providing a broad range of counseling services, including prenatal and preconception, infertility, and hereditary cancer care, the genetic counseling team supports improved patient understanding that enables personalized informed decision-making. Integrated Genetics has more than 25 years of experience providing genetic counseling services to health care providers and their patients.
LabCorp's genetic counselors provide a wide-range of reproductive genetic counseling services, with the opportunity to counsel patients for cancer risk assessment, where available.
Integrated Genetics currently has an opening for a Full-time Genetic Counselor to provide prenatal genetic counseling services in Harrisburg, PA. There may also be opportunity to provide counseling for hereditary cancer as well.
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Comprehensive counseling services, completion of appropriate paperwork, communication of results, documentation to physicians and patients, and contributing to the quality/development of our genetic counseling program
Additional opportunities for professional growth include abstracts and publications, physician education and other projects
Provide reproductive genetic counseling services for a wide variety of indications; may have the opportunity to counsel patients for cancer risk assessment
Opportunity to work independently while being supported by our team of MD geneticists and genetic counseling managers
Genetic Counselors have access to the expertise of a nation-wide organization of medical geneticists, biochemical and molecular geneticists, and over 100 counseling colleagues
MA/MS in Human Genetics/Genetic Counseling
ABGC/ABMG certification or active candidate status required
Ability to obtain licensure prior to start date required
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.