Pediatric Diagnostic Clinic
At the UVA Pediatric Diagnostic Clinic our goal is to assess patients with challenging or unusual symptoms of uncertain cause, with the goal of improving patients’ overall health and well-being. We will work to develop a comprehensive diagnostic and treatment plan based on a complete review of medical records, an in-person assessment, and laboratory evaluation or referral to specialists as indicated. Examples include children with recurrent fevers, unexplained pain, chronic fatigue, or sudden onset tic syndromes (PANS / PANDAS).
After the visit, we will provide an in-depth report to both the parents and the primary care physician with recommendations for on-going care. It is our expectation that children will return to care with their primary care physicians, although they can be seen in the Diagnostic Clinic for follow-up as needed.
Thank you for your interest in the Pediatric Diagnostic Clinic at the University of Virginia.
Please read this informational letter from Dr. Sarah Boggs in regards to PANS/PANDS referrals; PANS/PANDAS Information.
Location & Contact
Sixth Floor 1204 W. Main St.
Charlottesville, VA 22903
- Clinic is held first Friday of each month.