Turner Syndrome Program
From diagnosis, evaluation and treatment to follow-up services and resources, the Turner Syndrome Program at CHOP provides comprehensive medical care tailored to meet the needs of girls with Turner syndrome. We also offer several programs that address the psychosocial issues commonly faced by girls with Turner syndrome and their family members.
Turner Syndrome Second Opinion: Carlin’s Story
Carlin, 12, has Turner syndrome. She has been receiving comprehensive care and a network for support and training at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Why Choose Us?
The Turner Syndrome Program at CHOP is one of the country’s top care centers of its kind, treating over 700 girls with Turner syndrome (TS) ages newborn through young adulthood and offering prenatal visits.
At the Turner Syndrome Program, young girls are cared for by endocrinologists who specialize in this disease, as well as experienced nurses and social workers.
“As soon as we met with the Turner syndrome team, we felt at peace. The team became our best advocates, the best managers of our daughter’s healthcare.”