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The Connecticut Newborn Diagnosis and Treatment Network is a statewide network that responds to all reports of infants who have a newborn screen that is flagged as out of range.
Funded through the Connecticut Department of Public Health, the Network works in coordination with the infant’s primary care provider or hospital-based medical provider to perform follow-up testing and diagnosis. If an infant tests positive for a disorder, the Network will coordinate treatment and long-term follow-up care for the condition in coordination with the infant’s medical providers.
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The Network is staffed by a registered nurse, board certified genetic counselor, registered dietitian, data manager, and board certified physicians. If treatment is needed, the family will be referred to a specialist in genetics, endocrinology, hematology or immunology. For those children who are diagnosed, the Network will continue to be a part of the child’s health care team and will track long-term health and developmental outcomes.
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Newborn screens are performed at hospitals throughout the state. Follow-up services are provided at Connecticut Children’s Specialty Care clinics in Hartford, Farmington, Danbury or Shelton, or at Yale New Haven Hospital.
For more information about the Connecticut Newborn Diagnosis & Treatment Network, or to schedule an appointment, please call:
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