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Maternal Fetal Medicine

a department of Mary Washington Hospital

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Specialized Care for Your Unique Pregnancy

Mary Washington Maternal Fetal Medicine, a department of Mary Washington Hospital, is dedicated to providing top-tier care for mothers and their babies when pregnancies face unexpected challenges. As the foremost experts in maternal fetal medicine in Fredericksburg, we collaborate closely with your obstetrician to ensure comprehensive care. Our approach includes cutting-edge prenatal testing and the latest treatment strategies to address a wide range of pregnancy complexities.

Maternal fetal medicine specialists are unique in that they care for both the mother and the baby simultaneously. Recognizing the significance of teamwork, we work with the expectant mother, her family, her obstetrician, and the entire medical team to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Our services extend to families who have encountered high-risk pregnancies previously, women with chronic health conditions, individuals confronting unforeseen pregnancy complications, and those expecting multiple babies.

Furthermore, our maternal fetal specialists offer postnatal care for women experiencing complications after childbirth. We work closely with intensive care experts to ensure that new mothers receive tailored treatment and support.

A high-risk pregnancy demands extra care and attention, and we are committed to providing unwavering support throughout the entire journey.

Here are some situations where seeking care from a maternal fetal medicine specialist is advisable:

  • If you have a pre-existing health condition and wish to become pregnant.
  • If you have a pre-existing health condition and are currently pregnant.
  • If you've experienced complications in a prior pregnancy.
  • If your current pregnancy involves fetal complications.
  • If you've received news of a potential birth defect in your fetus.
  • If you're expecting twins, triplets, or more.

Speak to your obstetrician about a referral to Mary Washington Maternal Fetal Medicine. Your unique pregnancy deserves the specialized care and expertise we provide.

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Mary Washington Maternal Fetal Medicine Referral Form (physicians only)

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