LCN Certified Centers

The following Hunter’s Hope Foundation Leukodystrophy Care Network Certified Centers meet the LCN Certified Center requirements. For more information and contact information for each center, please click on the links below.

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

CHRISTUS Children’s Hospital in San Antonio, TX

Duke Children’s Hospital

Golisano Children’s Hospital at University of Rochester

John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital of Buffalo

Kennedy Krieger Institute

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford

Massachusetts General Hospital

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Primary Children’s Hospital, Utah

UC Davis Health System

The Hunter’s Hope Foundation Leukodystrophy Care Network (LCN) Certified Centers provide innovative therapies, treatment options, expert care and information to families affected by Leukodystrophies. The Leukodystrophy Community recognizes the LCN and its Certified Centers as leaders in Leukodystrophies for patients and medical professionals. Certified Centers are self-sustaining, yet collaborative, networked together to ensure the highest quality, groundbreaking care is available for all Leukodystrophy patients.

LCN Certified Centers adhere to LCN requirements established by the LCN Steering Committee and other Family Advocates.  To learn more about Certified Center requirements, click here – LCN Certified Center Requirements.

The LCN is committed to providing patient-centered, multidisciplinary, expert care to all individuals affected by Leukodystrophies. LCN Certified Centers are staffed with a Care Coordinator to help ensure the best possible care. To learn more about the LCN Clinical Care Coordinator, click here – LCN Clinical Care Coordinator.

For general questions about the LCN and its Certified, Candidate and Affiliate Centers, please contact us.

LCN Candidate and Affiliate Centers

The following LCN Centers are either working toward meeting the LCN requirements for Certification or are Affiliate Centers working in collaboration with the LCN.  For more information and contact information for each Center, please click on the links below.

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital