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Most pregnancies go smoothly from conception to delivery; however, some women do face the risk of a troubled pregnancy. In the unlikely event of a special need or complication, The Chester County Hospital offers Maternal and Fetal Medicine Services specifically designed to treat complicated and high risk pregnancies. Our comprehensive program is dedicated to providing a healthy life for mothers and babies.
Mark T. Ogino, MD
Our Maternal and Fetal Medicine Services offer comprehensive healthcare for pregnant women with a significant medical condition, fetal abnormality, and/or pregnancy complication. Women who have previously experienced a pregnancy-related complication or have a family history of inherited conditions or birth defects may also benefit from preconception or pregnancy consultation.
Your maternity healthcare provider may refer you to our program for consultation services before and during pregnancy, as well as for genetic screening and testing and a targeted fetal sonogram (the most comprehensive type of fetal sonogram). Services include prenatal genetic screening, amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling, diabetes assessment and management, and genetic counseling. Testing such as non-stress tests, ultrasound and Doppler studies are also provided.
At The Chester County Hospital, our Maternal Fetal Medicine team provides expert care that blends knowledge, experience, technology, and compassion. The team includes board certified specialists in perinatologists from the University of Pennsylvania Health System's Department of Ob/Gyn, and staff certified and trained to support the needs of the high-risk patient.
A healthcare provider may refer a woman with the following conditions to The Chester County Hospital's Maternal and Fetal Medicine Services program.
Women with medical or surgical disorders, such as:
Healthy women whose pregnancies are at increased risk for adverse outcomes, such as:
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Last Updated: 10/11/2012