Travel to California can be difficult and expensive, especially for individuals with autism, cyclic vomiting, indwelling tubes, and many other issues. Telemedicine is an attractive alternative. The main obstacle is the legal requirement for the physician to have a medical license in every state that telemedicine is provided. At present, the following options are available, based on where Dr. Boles has a medical license:
Florida: Patients of Dr. Dan Rossignol can receive genetics consultations with Dr. Boles via telemedicine at the Rossignol Medical Center in Melbourne, FL. Dr. Rossignol is an innovative physician specializing in patients with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders (https://
rossignolmedicalcenter.com). I f interested or for more information, contact Katie Pace at: katie@rossignolmedicalcenter. com.
New Jersey: Dr. Boles is the Director of the CNNH NeuroGenomics Center. Patients from any state can travel to the Center of Neurological and Neurodevelopmental Health (CNNH) in Voorhees, NJ for a telemedicine consultation with Dr. Boles. CNNH is an innovative patient- and family-centered “Specialty Care Medical Home®” providing a comprehensive array of assessment, treatment and support services (https://cnnh.org). If interested or for more information, contact Doreen Greer at phone: (856)346-1015 x1177; fax: (855)266-6180; dgreer@cnnh.
Pennsylvania: Dr. Boles just received a Pennsylvania medical license as of 7/2018; telemedicine capabilities coming soon.
South Carolina: Through CNNH, Dr. Boles can provide genetic consultations via telemedicine through the office of Dr. Jean-Ronel Corbier at the Brain Restoration Clinic in Indian Hill, SC. Dr. Corbier is a neurologist specializing in patients with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders (http://www.
brainrestorationclinic.com/). If interested or for more information, contact Doreen Greer at phone: (856)346-1015 x1177; fax: (855)266-6180; dgreer@cnnh. org.