The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Center (MFM Center) is a Hospital-based clinic within University of Minnesota Health ( M Health), integrating four organizations: Fairview Health Services, University of Minnesota Physicians (UMP), the University of Minnesota and HealthEast. We provide a full range of services in the delivery of quality, high-risk obstetrical care, detailed fetal ultrasound, fetal diagnosis and treatment, genetic counseling and support services.
Primary MFM genetic counselor job responsibilities include:
Genetic counselors across the organization are involved in several specialty clinics including general genetics clinic, metabolic clinic, bone marrow transplant clinic, cystic fibrosis clinic, hearing loss clinic, neurofibromatosis clinic, disorders of sexual development clinic, among others. We also have genetic counseling staff involved in the Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory. This range in diversity provides new genetic counselors access to clinical expertise in many areas of genetics in one institution.
The clinics requiring genetic counseling are maternal fetal medicine, pediatric specialty clinics and oncology clinics. The selected candidate will work with the University of Minnesota/Fairview team of genetic counselors, physician specialists, medical geneticists, and laboratory personnel at University of Minnesota Health.