Genetic Syndromes

    Overview

    Genetic syndromes, or disorders, refer to characteristics within an individual's genetic code that increase the likelihood for certain diseases and conditions. Such syndromes include Crohn's Disease, Down syndrome, hemophilia, Huntington's disease, porphyria, and sickle cell disease.

    Our providers

    Profiles

    Pamela Campbell, MD

    Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    319 E Madison St Springfield, IL 62702
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    Julie Fleischer, MD

    Pediatrician Pediatrics, Telehealth at Partner Facility
    400 N. 9th Street Springfield, IL 62702
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    Daniel Groepper, CGC

    Certified Genetic Counselor Pediatrics, Telehealth at Partner Facility
    400 N. 9th Street Springfield, IL 62702
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    Kristina Sondgeroth, MD

    Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Maternal-Fetal Medicine
    400 N. 9th Street Springfield, IL 62702

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