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Williams syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that affects the physical development of multiple body functions — particularly the heart and circulatory system. Cardiologists at Nemours Cardiac Center, Orlando have extensive experience in treating Williams syndrome.
Our Chief of Cardiology, Dr. Gul Dadlani, offers families a clinic day just for kids with Williams syndrome, so they can see all the appropriate specialists and complete any necessary tests in much less time than separate visits would require.
Williams syndrome can affect almost every part of the body. To get the best possible treatment, kids with Williams syndrome often need regular evaluations by eight or more pediatric specialists.
To provide the necessary multispecialty care in a kid-friendly, family-friendly way, we have a clinic just for kids with Williams syndrome so they can see all the appropriate specialists and complete any necessary tests.
In addition to pediatric cardiologists and the Cardiac Center clinical care team, your child’s Williams syndrome care team may also include:
A visit to the Williams syndrome clinic at Nemours Cardiac Center, Orlando (located at Nemours Children’s Hospital) usually includes consultations with specialists in nine systems of the body: