Provides expertise in clinical genetics to counsel, communicate, and support families on the implications of genetic disorders. Assesses risk, investigates and identifies potential genetic disorders. Assesses risk, investigates and identifies potential genetic problems, interprets and analyzes information, inheritance patterns and risks of recurrence. Provides case management and advocacy. Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in MLH Mission, Vision, and Values.
Certification from the American Board of Genetic Counseling.
Licensed to practice as a genetic counselor in the State of Tennessee.
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Le Bonheur Children's Hospital
At Le Bonheur, we are a family. Our pediatric specialists work together as one team to provide exceptional care for every child. And because we only care for children, we bring together many experts to focus on one thing: your child’s care.
Every doctor at Le Bonheur is a pediatric specialist. Our specialists work together and are often located across the hall from each other, instead of across town.
Our team of more than 750 pediatric medical staff members are experts in 45 specialty areas – and can diagnose and treat the most complicated childhood injuries and illnesses.
Our academic medical affiliation means that our physicians also teach new pediatricians and specialists through The University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
Most of our subspecialists are members of UT Le Bonheur Pediatric Specialists, the largest pediatric specialty group in the area.
We have more than 850 registered nurses who are trained in pediatrics.
We have a complete family support staff of child life specialists, chaplains, social workers and educators who help families understand and navigate complicated healthcare situations. Our leadership team is focused on only pediatric care and guides Le Bonheur to do what’s best for children.