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Helena MT www.shodair.org

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Shodair’s nationally recognized medical genetics department provides genetic evaluation and counseling to citizens throughout Montana. The Medical Genetics Program offers comprehensive services to individuals with genetic conditions or concerns about their risk to transmit or develop a genetic disorder. The program is sponsored in part through funding from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
The Genetics Laboratory offers specialized testing as a part of the comprehensive medical genetics program based at Shodair Children’s Hospital. The Genetics Laboratory provides a wide variety of patient-focused esoteric studies with an emphasis on quality, turnaround time, and responsiveness to providers. In addition to our dedicated lab staff, Shodair’s medical geneticists and genetic counselors are available to help clinicians and families understand test results. Shodair’s Genetics Laboratory provides services to patients of all ages throughout Montana and the western United States. Services include: Microarray Analysis, Maternal Serum Screening, Cytogenetics, Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH), Molecular Diagnostics, and Drug Metabolizing Enzyme (Pharmacogenetic) testing.

Billings MT www.svh-mt.org

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St. Vincent Healthcare is one of Montana’s largest comprehensive healthcare providers, serving the healthcare needs of over 400,000 people in a four-state area. Renowned for a mission of compassionate care and service to the poor, the St. Vincent Healthcare team is continually recognized as a technological leader in the healthcare industry. St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation has received grant funding to expand the Crohn’s Disease Collaboration Research Center of the Greater Rocky Mountains through the Montana Department of Commerce Bio-Medical Research Grant Program. The center is a partnership between St. Vincent Healthcare and Montana State University Billings to provide care and treatment of patients with Crohn’s disease to create a research center for the study of the disease. The long-term research goals of the center are to identify the involvement of bacteria as agents of Crohn’s disease, develop diagnostic tests to detect specific subpopulations of patients and to develop new targeted treatments in these patients.

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