International Adoption Clinic
Opened in 2001, the International Adoption Clinic offers pre- and post-adoption consultations and developmental and growth evaluations for your child. Our services attract families from all over Virginia and out-of-state.
- Review medical records, photos and videotapes before you adopt
- Address growth and development issues, pre- and post-adoption
- Perform a complete medical evaluation of your adopted child
- Initiate a vaccination schedule
- Complete blood work profiles to screen for illnesses
Follow-up visits are scheduled as needed for your child’s situation.
If you can’t make it into our office, we’re available by phone to answer your adoption questions and help guide you through the process.
Thank you for your interest in the International Adoption Clinic at the University of Virginia. Open since 2001, we offer a wide range of services for families interested in international adoption, including file reviews and seeing newly adopted children in our clinic at the UVA Children’s Hospital. Reviews and assessments are completed by board-certified pediatricians with expertise in global health and infectious diseases.
Please read this informational letter from Dr. Sarah Boggs in regards to File Reviews & In-person Assessments; International Adoption Clinic.
Sarah Boggs, MD
Assistant Professor of General Pediatrics
Ruth Goldeen, OTR/L, M.Ed.
Occupational Therapist with Masters in Early Childhood Education