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 Maternal Fetal Medicine Programs and Clinics

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Maternal Fetal Medicine practice offers a variety of programs and clinics that provide an unparalleled level of personalized care to address the different complications that may arise during a pregnancy. We work together with your obstetrician/gynecologist to coordinate your care throughout your pregnancy.

Our Maternal Fetal Medicine Patients

Patients in Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center’s Maternal Fetal Medicine programs and clinics are women experiencing a high-risk pregnancy. Some of the factors that contribute to these complications include a multiples pregnancy, diabetes, high blood pressure, genetic conditions, a history of premature births, advanced maternal age or any condition in the mother or baby that requires high-risk care or fetal treatment.

Why Choose The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Maternal Fetal Medicine Program?

As an academic medical center, we offer patients in our high-risk Maternal Fetal Medicine programs and clinics compassionate, personalized care backed by innovative research, a great depth of medical expertise and the newest technologies and treatments available. Being part of Ohio State gives us access to resources, equipment and support that make certain treatments possible only here.

Our Specialized Programs and Clinics

Personalized care for a patient with a complicated pregnancy is provided through the programs and specialty clinics staffed by Ohio State’s Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists. Our programs and clinics include:
 
Adult Congenital Heart Disease in Pregnancy Program — This program serves pregnant women who have a congenital or acquired heart condition prior to pregnancy. Learn more.
 
Diabetes in Pregnancy Program — This program serves expectant mothers who have a pre-existing diabetic condition, as well as women who developed gestational diabetes during pregnancy. Learn more.
 
Prematurity Program — Women in this program are at risk of spontaneously delivering a premature baby due to a history of preterm singleton birth (a single baby born before 37 weeks of pregnancy) following the premature onset of labor, cervical dilation or ruptured membranes. Learn more.
 
Fetal Treatment Program — Women in this program are carrying a baby who has been diagnosed with an abnormality. Our specialists intervene during pregnancy to treat fetal disease and correct complications that could form the basis of diseases that develop later in life. Learn more.
 
Genetics Counseling — Staffed by a board certified physician who specializes in both maternal fetal medicine and pediatric genetics and three board certified genetic counselors, we help women and families who may be at an increased risk for having a child with a birth defect or genetic condition. Our team has advanced training in genetics, the study of how traits are passed from parents to children. Learn more.
 
Substance Abuse and Prevention Clinic — Expectant mothers with addictions to drugs or alcohol are treated by the Substance Abuse, Treatment, Education & Prevention Program (STEPP) , which provides high-risk obstetrics care, treatment and counseling. Most patients in this clinic have opiate addictions and participate in a treatment program as they work toward recovery. Learn more.
 
Additional Screenings and Diagnostic Procedures — Available to women experiencing high-risk pregnancies, as well as to those with a routine pregnancy who wish to learn more about their baby’s development. The information gathered from these screenings and procedures can both ease concerns and contribute to a plan of action should an abnormality be found. Learn more.

Our Maternal Fetal Medicine Programs and Clinics Experts

Our Maternal Fetal Medicine Programs and Clinics Locations

2050 Kenny Road, 5th Floor Tower
Columbus, OH 43221
 
Ohio State’s Maternal Fetal Medicine
5965 E. Broad St., Suite 200
Columbus, OH 43213
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To schedule an appointment, call 614-293-2222 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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