Looking for answers to your symptoms? 

Isabella’s parents were searching for answers for her seizures and developmental delays. Genetic testing helped determine she has Rett Syndrome.

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Isabella, Rett Syndrome Patient

Isabella, Rett Syndrome Patient

At AmbitCare, our mission is to transform every life that is touched by rare disease.

Here's what you can expect from us.

We help you find resources

Our team provides easy to understand disease resources to help you tackle your journey.

Free, fast genetic services

For those who qualify, AmbitCare provides
end-to-end genetic services.

We provide personal service

Throughout you or your love one's medical journey, we will be there to provide personalized assistance.

Want to learn more about us? Read About AmbitCare or read our FAQs.

On average it takes 5-7 years to receive a rare disease diagnosis.
we aim to reduce this time to diagnosis.

Source: National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD), 2020

See what our community is saying

"The support the AmbitCare Ambassador provided at the beginning to set up the genetic counseling appointment was easy and effortless.
I felt like AmbitCare really heard me. "

– AmbitCare supported caregiver

See if you or a loved one qualifies for free genetic services and join our community today.

Be empowered with information relevant to you

Have additional questions? Get connected to an AmbitCare Ambassador today.
Call us at
508-203-6891, email us at info@ambitinc.com, or click on ‘Connect today’ to schedule time.

Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 9-5pm ET. An AmbitCare Ambassador will typically respond within 1-2 business days.
*Please note that while AmbitCare Ambassadors can help you better understand what resources are available for you or your loved ones, they are not licensed medical providers and thus can neither diagnose any disease or disorder nor endorse or recommend any specific medical treatments.

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Evaluated for a rare disease but not (yet) diagnosed

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