To save more lives by bringing genetics to the practice of medicine.
Outstanding Clinical Care
At NorthShore University HealthSystem's Center for Medical Genetics, an interdisciplinary team of nationally recognized medical geneticists, genetic counselors, and experts in every specialty of medicine, apply the evolving science of genetics to your medical care. The Center for Medical Genetics is one of the largest and fastest growing adult medical genetics centers in the United States because of a dedication to patient well-being.
In genetics, the family is the patient. Our patient services include an extensive evaluation of your personal and family medical history, risk assessment, relevant genetic testing if desired, and state of the art guidance regarding management, screening, early detection, and prevention of disease. We specialize in adult-onset conditions and also provide prenatal genetic counseling.
Trained and Experienced Genetic Counselors
All of our Genetic Counselors are Board Certified, with an average of ten years experience.
Trained and Experienced Medical Geneticist
Dr. Peter Hulick is a physician who is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Clinical Genetics.
National Network of Genetics Specialists
We can find experts for your relatives who live across the United States and beyond.
Cutting Edge Genetic Research
The Center for Medical Genetics is one of the largest genetics research centers in the Midwest. Our scientists are at the forefront researching the hereditary basis of cancer and other diseases. Learn more about our current research programs in hereditary conditions, common adult-onset diseases, genomics and family history tools.
Risk Assessment Tools for Physicians and Patients
We are one of the leading research centers creating new Internet-based methods for physicians to screen their patients using advanced computerized family genetic history techniques. Use MyGenerationsTM, our proprietary software program, for a confidential hereditary cancer risk assessment.
image credit: U.S. Department of Energy Human Genome Program, http://www.ornl.gov/hgmis