The genetics staff, consisting of physicians and genetic counselors, provides services to persons who have genetic disorders or birth defects, and to their families. Services include a General Genetics Clinic, which functions principally in diagnosing the cause of complex processes, as well as several specialty clinics and special programs. Specialty clinics include the Bone Dysplasia Clinic (including deafness and blindness), and the Cancer Genetics Counseling Program. In addition, counselors are involved in clinics serving families with members with clefting, cystic fibrosis, Prader-Willi syndrome, etc. Finally, the genetics staff travels to outreach sites throughout the state, where they provide clinical care as well as education and training for professionals and the public. Regular clinics held in Appleton and Green Bay.