Starting as a single neonatology practice in 1979, we have evolved into a multi-specialty network of experts in women’s and children’s health care. Our maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) specialists—also called perinatologists and high-risk obstetricians—provide specialized care for women with complex pregnancies.
High-risk maternal care
Consultations with obstetricians
Co-management or complete obstetrical care
As maternal-fetal medicine specialists, we play many roles: diagnostician, teacher, counselor, consultant and primary care provider. Our goal is to help each family understand their baby’s diagnosis and treatment options, then develop a plan of care with the family’s participation and input.
Collaborate across the continuum
Maternal Fetal Medicine care requires coordination among genetic counselors, nurse practitioners and sonographers to ensure a state-of-the-art approach.
Provide great care
High-risk pregnancies require a higher level of obstetrical skill and expertise. MFM specialists excel at delivering deliver high-quality, evidence-based care for the most complex cases.
Manage health care costs
Provide value to your patients by balancing cost with quality. Economies of scale allow hospitals to provide high-quality yet cost-effective care.
Support your clinicians
Free clinicians from some of the administrative tasks that distract them from what they do best. Encourage and empower clinicians to improve outcomes and patient experience through education, research, and quality improvement opportunities.
Strengthen referral networks
Augment the services of local obstetricians and other specialists in your community. Enable patients with complex conditions like preterm labor, fetal abnormalities, multiple births, genetic concerns and other complications to receive care close to home.
Our continuum of care includes: