Personalized Healthcare Informed by Your DNA

If your current diagnosis doesn’t capture the full picture or you suspect there’s something your doctors are missing, you’re in the right place.

SequenceMD is a medical genetics practice offering evaluation and care for adults with undiagnosed, unresolved and/or rare conditions that goes beyond just testing. We understand the frustration and uncertainty that comes with searching for a diagnosis or receiving treatments that fail to address your health concerns and symptoms. You are not alone.

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At SequenceMD, we empower individuals to take charge of their health by unlocking the secrets hidden within their genes. Our expert team can analyze, test and evaluate your genetic makeup for thousands of conditions, revealing personalized insights that can shed light on your health challenges and lead to targeted solutions.

With expertise in metabolic and biochemical genetics, leading-edge technology and a compassionate approach, SequenceMD can help you get the care and answers you deserve. Contact us today to get started.

Personalized Healthcare Informed by Your DNA

Planning for your consultation with SequenceMD

Dr. Patrick Long leads the SequenceMD team which is located in Denver, Colorado. He is licensed to practice medicine in Colorado, Montana, Michigan, Wyoming, Arizona, New Mexico and Kansas. For the initial evaluation, patients must be physically located in one of these states. However, follow-up appointments can take place virtually from your home location.

We schedule both in-person and telehealth appointments, but some referral indications require an in-person evaluation.

Since SequenceMD is not part of the Canadian healthcare system, Canadian patients must pay out of pocket for SequenceMD services. A $2,100 USD fee includes:

  • initial consultation/evaluation and genetic counseling
  • whole exome sequencing (with the option to include carrier screening, pharmacogenomic testing and screening for ACMG secondary findings)
  • a results follow-up with genetic counseling
  • a management care plan for your care team as needed

Follow-up appointments are recommended (but not required) every 1-3 years as additional services.

Other genetic counseling services SequenceMD provides for additional fees include:

  • Preconception carrier screening
  • Cancer screening
  • Screening for family history of disease

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