From 2004 to 2024, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded the seven Regional Genetics Networks, the National Coordinating Center for the Regional Genetics Networks, and the National Genetics Education and Family Support Center.

With the conclusion of funding, the evaluation efforts of the system have ended. This page will not include data for the final funding year (2023-2024).

Connecting Underserved Populations to Genetics

The seven Regional Genetics Networks (RGNs), the National Coordinating Center for the Regional Genetics Networks (NCC), and the National Genetics Education and Family Support Center (Family Center) work to improve access to genetic services.

Since 2017, all nine organizations report yearly on how we accomplish this mission. To share our impact, this interactive dashboard has been developed to provide data on our education/training programs, efforts to connect patients to genetic services, and support given to increase the use of telehealth to provide genetic services. To learn more about how we evaluate our programs and mission, click here.

Explore all of this, plus some highlights from our system, by clicking below!

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Education and Training

Learn about our activities focused on educating healthcare providers and families by clicking the button below.

Connecting People to Genetic Services

Take a look at our efforts to connect more people to genetic services by clicking the button below.

Telegenetics Activities

Explore how the RGNs work to support telehealth services in genetics by clicking the button below.

Select Data from Our Previous Year (June 2022-May 2023)

Providers Served by the RGN NCC/NGEFSC System

Number of providers served by the RGN/NCC/NGEFSC system from June 2021-May 2022 broken down by provider type.

All nine organizations work together to offer education and training, including telegenetics training, to providers. The system’s educational offerings can be found within the NCC’s Resource Repository.

Resources Accessed Through Our System

Each of the nine organizations has its own websites and use social media channels to share information and resources developed. Find your RGN’s activities by visiting the interactive map on NCC’s website.

Interested in following us on social media? Click here to find a list of all of our social media channels!

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Last Updated on June 24, 2024