Johns Hopkins All Children's Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) program specializes in diagnosing medical conditions before your baby is born.
If you're an expectant mother experiencing a high-risk pregnancy, you and your baby may require specialized care. At Johns Hopkins All Children's Maternal, Fetal and Neonatal Institute, our team of maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) specialists, also known as perinatologists, will be with you every step of your journey, providing expert evaluation, monitoring and advanced treatment when you need it.
Whether you see an OB-GYN affiliated with our hospital or an outside provider, the maternal-fetal medicine team will help co-manage the risks of your pregnancy through birth when our experienced neonatologists treat your newborn with the utmost care.
Why choose our maternal-fetal medicine program? You will have a team of specialists managing every aspect of your care. Our team of board-certified perinatologists uses state-of-the-art sonogram equipment in consultation with highly trained perinatal sonographers to make diagnoses of high-risk pregnancies. Our MFM team also includes high-risk pregnancy nurses, genetic counselors and other specialists who work together to provide individualized care for our high-risk mothers and their babies. We have experience managing a variety of conditions in the mother and providing appropriate therapeutic procedures in utero when required. When it’s time, all high-risk babies are delivered at Bayfront Baby Place, located on the third floor of our hospital, in collaboration with Bayfront Health, a 480-bed acute care hospital.
We are located in the Bayboro building
The Johns Hopkins All Children's Perinatology Specialists team has a private office in the Bayboro building located to the west of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. We also provide consultations and ultrasounds at two of Johns Hopkins All Children's Outpatient Care Centers: North Port and Brandon.
Johns Hopkins All Children's Perinatology Specialists Bayboro Office
625 6th Ave S, St. Petersburg, Florida 33701 Suite 340
Read inspiring stories about our Maternal Fetal Medicine program:
Guiding expectant mothers through challenges and on to a successful birth often requires expertise and collaboration.
Kassi was born prematurely at 31 weeks with Down syndrome and faced heart issues, breathing problems, kidney disease and feeding issues. The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Fetal, Maternal & Neonatal Institute managed and coordinated her early care, working to build her strength and size so she could thrive on her own.
Kangaroo Care creates a bond between babies and their parents that has proven to have benefits for all involved.