What We Do / Clinics

2q Our Mission 2q                DSC_0425

The purpose of Turner Syndrome of the Carolinas is to create awareness and knowledge, promote research and provide support for all those touched by Turner syndrome in the Carolinas.

2qOur History 2q

Turner Syndrome of the Carolinas (TSC) began in the early 1990’s as a Chapter under the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States (TSSUS). Turner Syndrome of the Carolinas became an independent nonprofit organization in January 2016. We connect individuals and families in the Turner syndrome community as well as create and support local resources including an Annual Regional Conference and a Turner Syndrome Clinic. Educational/support meetings and events are held across North and South Carolina throughout the year. We are committed to spreading awareness and providing education for professionals in an effort to make North Carolina the TS experts of the southeast.


2q UNC Turner Syndrome Clinic 2q

Dr. Jennifer Law, pediatric endocrinologist, is the Director of the UNC Turner Syndrome Clinic.  When scheduling your appointment, request to be scheduled with Dr. Law when making your appointment.
UNC Children’s Hospital Turner Syndrome Clinic
101 Manning Drive 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
UNC REX Children’s Specialty Clinic
2801 Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC 27607 
Clinic Director – Jennifer Law, MD, MCSR
Clinic Coordinator – Michelle Hewitt
Bi-monthly/ages 0-22
919-962-2633 for an appointment at either location 
UNC Women’s Hospital
101 Manning Drive
First Floor
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Director – Jennifer Howell, MD
Dr. Howell is seeing patients with TS in her Menopause Clinic. Patients are also being transitioned from the Pediatric Clinic to Dr. Howell. She will work with you to coordinate your adult care needs. When scheduling an appointment, please asked to be scheduled in her Menopause Clinic.
Appointments: (984) 974-2131