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Southeastern Regional Genetics Group, Inc.

a/k/a: SERGG

Address

P.O. Box 1642
Decatur, GA 30031-1642

Phone

404-778-8551

Fax

404-778-8562

800 Number

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Email Address

mlane@sergginc.org

Website

http://www.sergginc.org/

The Southeastern Regional Genetics Group, Inc. (SERGG, Inc.) is a network of providers of clinical genetic services, public health departments, consumers, and related laboratory services that are working together with individuals affected by genetic disorders and their families. SERGG, Inc. collects and disseminates information about genetic services, newborn screening programs, and other health services related to genetics in the region; implements quality assurance for genetic services; keeps members informed about upcoming meetings and new resources; organizes an annual meeting at which members meet to exchange information, make oral and poster presentations; and supports research to promote better genetic services.

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