We are a multidisciplinary center dedicated to eosinophilic disorders servicing the Southeast. Our philosophy is simple:
We want to smooth the path from diagnosis to maintenance to a cure by coordination of services, education, and research.
Q. Who do you serve?
SEED is a multidisciplinary center providing the coordination of clinical care, extended patient and family support services, transition to adult care, and research for children and families afflicted with eosinophilic diseases.
- Coordination of physician appointments for patients
- Education for patients and their families on the disease and the support available through the center
- Coordination of a social worker when needed
- “Patient Welcome Kit” sent to each family prior to physician visits
- Educational materials for patients and families i.e NG tube care and care kit
- Negotiated reduced local hotels costs for out-of-town patients traveling to the Center
- Reminders sent to patients for maintenance programs and services available
- Educational programs for local and regional medical personnel – CME hours (when available)
- School advocate coordination when needed
- Educational materials and classes related to dietetic restraints and modifications
Q. What is your proudest accomplishment?
Collaborating our wonderful team that understands the challenges each family faces. Meet our amazing team!
Q. What is SEED’s biggest need?
The SEED Center is solely funded through charitable donations and grants, planned giving, corporate sponsors, and research grants. Fundraising activities are planned year round to help the Center meet its’ many charitable goals. Donations and volunteers are always needed to help us spread our message.