Clinical Sites

Perhaps you are afraid you have early symptoms of Huntington’s Disease. A family member has obvious chorea or intellectual decline, but is reluctant to see a doctor. You are making plans for your future and wonder if part of your decision-making process should include genetic testing. You think you need information or help, but actually contacting someone can be a frightening experience.

We are here to assist you through that transition. We will help you determine what concern is most important, guide you about the urgency of an appointment, and help you prepare for the visit. We may have some tips about how to reduce the stress of the trip to the doctor for you and your loved one. Our goal is to help you know what to expect during that first, very important visit.

Wake Forest University HD Clinic
Francis Walker, MD, Director
Victoria Hunt, RN
Contact: Christine O’Neill, Research Coordinator
Richard Janeway Clinical Science Tower, 4th floor
Winston-Salem, NC 27157
336-716-8611
336- 716-4101
Fax: 336 716 7794
http://www.wakehealth.edu/Neurosciences/Movement-Disorders-Center/Conditions.htm

UNC Genetic Testing Clinic
Contact: Kristin Clinard
Room 1071, 1st Floor Memorial Hospital
101 Manning Drive, CB#7487
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
984-974-1401
919-966-1595
http://genomics.unc.edu/medgen/

Duke University HD Clinic
Burton Scott, MD, Director
Mary Edmondson, MD, Psychiatry
Arlene D’Alli, MSW, LCSW
Contact: Request appt. at HD Clinic via the
appointment line: (919) 668-7600.

932 Morreene Road
Durham, North Carolina
919 668 2493
Fax: 919-681-4935
http://www.dukehealth.org/services/neurological_disorders/care_
guides/huntingtons_disease