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Greenwood Genetic Center

The Greenwood Genetic Center is a nonprofit institute centered on clinical genetic services, diagnostic laboratory testing, educational programs and resources, and  research. With a focus on compassionate patient care and innovative scientific advancement, here at the Greenwood Genetic Center, we keep every patient and their families at the forefront of everything we do. 

We have a variety of clinic locations to serve patients and families across the lifespan with a variety of genetic needs and concerns.  

The Future of Medicine 

Genetic knowledge is advancing at a rapid pace, and the Greenwood Genetic Center is proud to be the forefront of clinical care and genetic discovery. Our clinicians provide compassionate, up-to-date care and the latest in diagnostic testing advances. Our diagnostic laboratory faculty are constantly adding new technologies and improving testing methodologies. Our educators are enlightening the next generation of scientists and improving genetic literacy. Our researchers collaborate with GGC clinicians and laboratory faculty, as well as with colleagues around the world, to achieve significant advances in identifying causative genes, understanding disease mechanisms, and developing treatment and prevention strategies for intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, and birth defects.

With a long history of providing genetics services across South Carolina, the United States and the world, the Greenwood Genetic Center is taking bold and deliberate steps into genetic and genomic medicine with a commitment to advancing the diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and cure of genetic disorders. Whether we are exploring ways to diagnose autism at an earlier age, delivering an answer to a family who has been searching for years, or sharing amazing new career opportunities with high school students, our goal is, and always will be, to serve our patients, families, referring clinicians, and the field of genetics with compassion, innovation, and hope.

Meet Reggie Roper

Meet Reggie Roper

Reggie has been part of the GGC family for over 18 years. He has short stature, webbing of his hands, pulmonary stenosis, seizures and hydrocephalus along with developmental delay. He carried an initial diagnosis of cardiofaciocutaneous (CFC) syndrome; however, as genetic testing advanced, GGC made the diagnosis of Noonan-like syndrome with loose anagen hair by identifying a mutation in the SHOC2 gene. He is also an active participant in the Greenwood Community Theatre's Penguin Project. "GGC is...

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