Cutting edge, affordable
genetic testing for all Australians

The Generation non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT) screens for the most common chromosomal abnormalities that can affect your baby’s future health using a simple blood test.

Core genetic carrier screening detects the genetic variants associated with the three most common genetic conditions – cystic fibrosis, fragile X and spinal muscular atrophy –   whilst expanded carrier screening detects the genetic variants associated with over 175 conditions.

The BraOVO panel now incorporates three additional high risk genes involved in ovarian cancer – RAD51C, RAD51D and BRIP1. Bulk billing may apply, subject to Medicare criteria.

Non-Invasive Prenatal
Testing (NIPT)
Carrier
Screening
Pharmacogenomics
Paternity, Relationship
& Immigration
Inherited Disorders
Oncology

Exceptional customer service, supported by a dedicated team.

At Genomic Diagnostics, we never lose sight of the person behind each test, which is why we look to personalise your experience.

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Dedicated Australian customer care team

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Direct access to our clinical and scientific team for health professionals

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A leader in cutting-edge technology to improve health

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Around 2,000 collection centres in all major cities and regionally nationwide

How it works

Accessing genetic testing is simple, and most of the time all we need is a blood sample or a cheek swab. With medical genetic testing, you will need to see your  doctor first to discuss whether the test is right for you and to organise a referral form.

2. Prepare for your collection

Some genetic and genomic tests may need prepayment, or may need specialised counselling, or documentation. Depending on the test, counselling might occur before the test, or after the result. For some tests where counselling occurs before a test, a consent form may need to be signed. Relationship testing may need proof of identity.

4. See your physician to get your results

Your result is provided to your physician, who will discuss this with you and action any relevant findings.

1. See your physician to get a referral

Genetic and genomic testing can provide important health information that can make a diagnosis, inform treatment or management, or identify a health risk. See your physician, who can discuss the appropriate test with you, and request the test. Non-medical tests (such as paternity and relationship testing) do not need a medical referral.

2. Prepare for your collection

Some genetic and genomic tests may need prepayment, or may need specialised counselling, or documentation. Depending on the test, counselling might occur before the test, or after the result. For some tests where counselling occurs before a test, a consent form may need to be signed. Relationship testing may need proof of identity.

3. Get your sample collected

Your medical practitioner will provide you with a request form for testing. You can have your sample collected at one of our collection centres. Your sample is then transported to the laboratory, and tested.

4. See your physician to get your results

Your result is provided to your physician, who will discuss this with you and action any relevant findings.

We’re Australia-wide

Our footprint spans nationwide through our network of pathology partners, making testing more accessible for you.

Part of the SDS network incorporating…

Leading the way to improved health

Our dedicated team are committed to ensuring the best quality
results in the shortest turnaround time.