Join the Turner Syndrome Program for its fourth annual Spring Fling — an educational, networking and fun event for girls ages 8 and older with TS and their parents/guardians. Learn more»
Welcome to the Turner Syndrome Program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, a program designed specifically for girls with Turner syndrome and their families.
Turner syndrome (TS) is a genetic disorder that affects girls and results in a variety of health problems ranging from short stature and lack of pubertal development to heart defects. With diagnosis, treatment and ongoing education and support, many girls with Turner syndrome lead healthy, happy and independent lives. Learn more about Turner syndrome.
The Turner Syndrome Program at CHOP offers comprehensive medical care tailored specifically for girls with Turner syndrome. In addition, we offer several programs that are designed to address the psychosocial issues commonly faced by girls and families with Turner syndrome, including “Learn and Connect” sessions and “Spring Fling for Turner syndrome." Visit Our Services page to learn more about the programs we offer.
To schedule a new patient appointment with the Turner Syndrome Program, please contact Denise Gruccio MSN, CRNP at 215-590-3174.
Whether your child has just been diagnosed with Turner syndrome or you have years of experience with the condition, please contact us for more information.