The information in this section is primarily provided for medical professionals and other clinical healthcare staff. For general information about genetics, please see the Learn About Genetics section.
Call (801) 408-8956 to ask questions about genetic testing or to refer a patient to the Clinical Genetics Institute.
- Genetic Testing
Genetic testing may sometimes be referred to as just one category, though there are several subcategories used to differentiate different genetic tests.
- Newborn Screening
Newborn screening identifies individuals who have an increased chance of having a specific genetic disorder so that treatment can be started as soon as possible.
- Genetic Information Sheets
Publishing the Genetic Information Sheets on our website is one way the CGI is meeting the challenge of delivering usable information while leveraging Intermountain’s strengths.
- Genetic Counseling
Genetic counseling is the process of explaining medical and scientific information about an inherited condition or birth defect to an individual or family.
- Genetic Testing Practice Council Updates
The Genetic Testing Practice Council (GTPC) is joint effort between the Clinical Genetics Institute, SelectHealth and the Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Clinical Support Service at Intermountain Healthcare. The GTPC is charged with evaluating emerging genetic tests
Find resources to supply clinical genetics information to healthcare professionals.