Maternal Fetal Medicine

Maternal Fetal Medicine

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Photos used with permission from Teresa Shipley

The Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine University of Rochester provides care to women during pregnancy ranging from routine screening tests to the most advanced management of high-risk pregnancies. Our team of physicians and highly trained nurse practitioners, clinical nurses, genetic counselors and sonographers works together to provide each patient with individualized services to meet their specific needs.

We offer specialized expertise in prenatal care, preconception and pregnancy consultation, ultrasound imaging, fetal monitoring, genetic counseling, aneuploidy screening and prenatal diagnostic procedures for advanced fetal evaluation and treatment. Our team includes specialists in the management of maternal disease in pregnancy, fetal anomalies and other complications of pregnancy. As part of Strong Memorial Hospital, we are able to care for the full spectrum of maternal and fetal conditions.

Our division works closely with experts in neonatology, pediatric surgery (including urology, neurosurgery and cardiac surgery), pediatric cardiology, genetics and other areas to provide all necessary services to our patients. Close collaboration with The Golisano Children's Hospital at Strong allows both mother and baby to have access to a full range of diagnostic and treatment options.

We are honored and excited to have joined NAFTNet, The North American Fetal Therapy Network in 2011. NAFTNet is a voluntary association of 20 medical centers in the United States and Canada that perform advanced in utero fetal therapeutic procedures with missions to provide a cooperative clinical research network to study the natural history of fetal disease, to develop therapeutic prenatal interventions to improve outcomes, to train future leaders in this field, and also to function as an educational resource for patients and healthcare providers.

I am pleased to introduce you to our services and invite you to contact us for more information.

Eva K. Pressman, MD

Director, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine

Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program

Reproductive Genetics