From before birth through delivery and into follow-up care, the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Fetal Care Program provides one seamless plan for mothers with complex and high-risk pregnancies.
Women and families facing a fetal anomaly have complex needs that include informational and emotional support throughout pregnancy, delivery and follow-up care. The Fetal Care Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital offers a coordinated, family-centered approach to the diagnosis and treatment of fetal anomalies that brings perinatal, neonatal and pediatric specialists to the patient. Our team of experts works together to provide the very best care for mothers and their babies.
Our team is committed to making the most accurate diagnosis so we can provide each patient with the best treatment plan. We offer a wide range of treatments for conditions, which include:
We assemble the most appropriate team of experts to provide each patient with the best individualized care plan. A patient’s care team might include specialists from:
Once you arrive at our practice, you will have an ultrasound and meet with a Maternal-Fetal Medicine physician who specializes in high-risk maternal and fetal care.
You will also meet your RN specialty coordinator, who will be your navigator throughout your pregnancy and birthing journey. Your coordinator will give you the most up-to-date information about you and your baby’s care.
On a follow-up visit, you will meet with your entire care team, including pediatric subspecialty physicians, which usually consists of a Maternal-Fetal Medicine physician, neonatologist, developmental specialist from our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), your RN specialty coordinator and any pediatric subspecialty physician that will help care for your baby once he or she is born.
We will schedule a tour of our NICU and a meeting with one of our lactation consultants.