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Labcorp Genetic Counselor in Sacramento, California

Imagine yourself working with dedicated Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists in a rewarding perinatal clinic, serving vibrant and diverse populations. That job is here at Integrated Genetics, a leading provider of genetic testing and counseling services.

Integrated Genetics, part of the Labcorp Specialty Testing Group, is seeking a motivated, self-starter to provide genetic counseling to join a maternal fetal medicine practice in Sacramento and Folsom, CA. This individual will be a genetic counseling resource for maternal fetal medicine specialists serving a diverse population of patients, while supported by a large team of genetic counselors and medical geneticists in the region. The counselor will have the ability to identify and implement processes to improve the patient experience, and will have an opportunity to participate in educational and research initiatives.

Please note: Due to COVID, this position will be working remotely for the next few months, providing telegenetic counseling. Once pandemic conditions improve, the GC will be required to work onsite, providing in-person genetic counseling services.

In this job you will:

  • Have the opportunity to provide direct prenatal patient care for a wide variety of complex indications

  • Be able to engage in professional growth opportunities including abstracts and publications, physician education and other projects

  • Have access to the expertise of a nation-wide organization of medical geneticists, biochemical and molecular geneticists, and over 100 counseling colleagues

  • Enjoy benefits including a competitive compensation package, CEU educational support and reimbursement for genetic counseling certification



  • MA/MS in Human Genetics/Genetic Counseling

  • ABGC/ABMG certification or active candidate status required




Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm

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.