Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialists are physicians who specialize as Ob/Gyns and take three additional years to become board certified in maternal-fetal medicine. In addition to pregnancy health care and delivery, MFM's have the training to handle high-risk pregnancies. There are MFM's who also specialize even further on specific pregnancy conditions. At Valley Perinatal, we make sure to match each mother with the MFM best suited to care for her needs.
Valley Perinatal helps pregnant women in high-risk situations. Our world-renowned Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialists provide the best known programs for both mother and baby. Working hand in hand with mothers and their Ob/Gyns, we can achieve the best possible outcomes.
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Your Ob/Gyn continues caring for you while working closely with one of our Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists. Typically your Ob/Gyn will also perform your delivery. Our MFM will work closely with your Ob/Gyn to ensure the very best possible outcome for you and your baby.
If you are visiting Valley Perinatal for the first time, we will perform an advanced ultrasound. One of our MFMs will thoroughly review the ultrasound to identify any abnormalities. Depending on what conditions are discovered, additional ultrasounds may be needed, but our primary goal is to ensure the safety and health of you and your baby.
MFM stands for Maternal-Fetal Medicine. An MFM specialist is trained in caring for high-risk pregnancies, such as multiple gestational (2+ babies), advanced age, abnormal fetal conditions, and much more.