Genetic Counselling

Genetic Counsellors provide medical information about genetic disorders and risks that can help individuals make personal decisions about their own health, a pregnancy, or their child or relatives health care.

Conditions that a genetic counsellor can help with include:

  • A family history of cancer
  • A genetic condition in the family
  • The chance that a person will develop a condition affecting other family members
  • Passing a condition on to their children
  • Having a partner who is a close relative and planning a pregnancy
  • Experiencing two or more miscarriages, a stillbirth or an early infant death


Location: Kingscliff Community Centre, 71 Turnock Street, Kingscliff NSW 2487
Hours of Service: 8.00am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday
Contacting Us: Phone: (02) 6674 9500; fax: (02) 6674 9599
Access criteria:
  • Must be 18 years and over
  • Consultation with the Clinical Geneticist is by Doctor’s referral only
  • Please phone for appointment
  • Outreach clinics with a Clinical Geneticist are held locally throughout the year