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Oxford Genomic Medicine Centre

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Information for GPs

The Oxford Genomic Medicine Centre is committed to supporting all healthcare professionals to access and engage with genomic medicine.

If you are a GP or other primary care practitioner with questions about patients who are participants of the 100,000 Genomes Project, you can contact us at:


The NHS recognises the impact of the advances in genomic medicine on primary care practitioners as the gateway to secondary care. Dedicated resources to support this group are now available through Health Education England's Genomics Education Programme.

Genomics England has made a short video showing one example of how GPs play an important role in the care of families with undiagnosed rare diseases, and how the 100,000 Genomes Project and other studies like it are improving diagnoses for these patients.