These are the sites where the job postings for Arizona genetic counseling positions can be found.
This list is not necessarily inclusive of all positions available. Network with your fellow genetic counselors and search the NSGC job listings site to learn about all available positions.
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Provides counseling and genetic assessment services to patients with personal or family history or are at risk for cancer. Provides education and counseling on genetic principles and tests to patients and family members.
This position provides cancer genetic and psychosocial counseling to patients; serves as an educator, consultant and researcher in cancer genetic programs.
Banner Health - Tucson
Prenatal Genetic Counselor
Provides counseling and genetic assessment services to pre-conception or prenatal patients. Provides education and counseling on genetic principles and tests to patients and family members.
This position provides cancer genetic and psychosocial counseling to patients; serves as an educator, consultant, and researcher in cancer genetic programs.
Provides general genetic counseling, and/or pre-and post-testing support for genetic testing. Collects appropriate clinical and family information necessary for risk assessment, identifying appropriate testing, interpretation and follow-up of test results.
Assists medical geneticists in diagnostic visits for a wide range of genetic and metabolic conditions. This position enhances the diagnosis, medical arrangement and emotional adjustment of patients and families with genetics disorders and congenital anomalies.
Works as a member of a health care team providing risk assessment, interpretation of genetic test results, education and supportive counseling to individuals and families at risk for; or diagnosed with a variety of inherited conditions.
Partner with the clinical care team to ensure a seamless experience for the patient and their family across the entire continuum of their treatment.
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