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Pontiac (24.65 mi)

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Find a Maternal and Fetal OBGYN near Detroit, MI that provides care for women's health issues, specifically those that are related to the reproductive system.

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  • Susan Berman, MD

    Susan Berman, MD

    University Health Center
    4201 St Antoine Ste 4e&Amp;F
    Detroit, MI 48201
  • Victor Cantero, M.D.

    Victor Cantero, M.D.

    3990 John R St
    Dmc-Hutzel Hospital
    Detroit, MI 48201
  • Jie Deng, M.D.

    Jie Deng, M.D.

    3980 John R St
    Detroit, MI 48201
  • Gregory Goyert, M.D.

    Gregory Goyert, M.D.

    3301 W Grand St
    8th Floor
    Detroit, MI 48238
  • Farhan Hanif, MD

    Farhan Hanif, MD

    3990 John R 7 Brush North
    Detroit, MI 48201
  • Valerie Parisi, M.D.

    Valerie Parisi, M.D.

    3750 Woodward Ave
    Detroit, MI 48201
  • Karoline Puder, MD

    Karoline Puder, MD

    Sinai Grace Hospital-Atenatal Diagnostic Unit
    6071 W Outer Dr
    Detroit, MI 48235
  • Mary Helen Quigg, M.D.

    Mary Helen Quigg, M.D.

    Henry Ford Health System
    2799 West Grand Boulevard
    Detroit, MI 48202
  • Yoram Sorokin, M.D.

    Yoram Sorokin, M.D.

    3750 Woodward
    University Physician Group
    Detroit, MI 48202
  • St John Hospital and Medical Center

    22151 Moross Rd
    Suite 313
    Detroit, MI 48236
  • Sara Garmel, MD

    Sara Garmel, MD

    Distance: 6.7 mi
    18181 Oakwood Blvd
    Ste 302
    Dearborn, MI 48124
  • Richard Bronsteen, M.D.

    Richard Bronsteen, M.D.

    Distance: 12.02 mi
    3535 W 13 Mile Rd
    Ste. 329
    Royal Oak, MI 48073
  • Wesley Lee

    Wesley Lee

    Distance: 12.02 mi
    3601 W 13 Mile Rd
    Royal Oak, MI 48073
  • Robert Starr, M.D.

    Robert Starr, M.D.

    Distance: 12.02 mi
    3535 W 13 Mile Rd
    Ste 404
    Royal Oak, MI 48073
  • Billy Blessed, MD

    Billy Blessed, MD

    Distance: 13.3 mi
    22255 Greenfield Rd
    Ste 350
    Southfield, MI 48075
  • David Cotton, M.D.

    David Cotton, M.D.

    Distance: 13.3 mi
    17515 W 9 Mile Rd
    Suite 500
    Southfield, MI 48075
  • Sweta Tina Mehta, D.O.

    Sweta Tina Mehta, D.O.

    Distance: 19.96 mi
    28050 Grand River Ave
    Farmington Hills, MI 48336
  • Michigan Maternal Fetal Medicine Plc

    Distance: 24.64 mi
    44405 Woodward Ave
    Room 571
    Pontiac, MI 48341
  • Cristiano Jodicke, MD

    Cristiano Jodicke, MD

    Distance: 28.99 mi
    1814 Bramble Ct
    Commerce Township, MI 48390

Nearby Cities

Dearborn (6.7 mi)
Royal Oak (12.03 mi)
Southfield (13.3 mi)
Farmington... (19.97 mi)
Pontiac (24.65 mi)

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN Info

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN Summary:

A Maternal and Fetal OBGYN is a physician that provides care for women's health issues, specifically those that are related to the reproductive system, pregnancy and childbirth. A Maternal and Fetal OBGYN specializes in pregnancy complications and high-risk pregnancies, providing medical treatments and surgical interventions when necessary to reduce morbidity and mortality.

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN Focus of Treatment:

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN is a sub-specialty within the specialty of obstetrics within the gynecology field. While these physicians are able to adequately deal with all issues regarding women's health, the reproductive system, prenatal care, and childbirth, these specialists tend to focus on women considered to have high risk pregnancy and who may experience complications during pregnancy, labor, or delivery. Maternal and Fetal OBGYN are most likely to care for pregnant women with medical conditions that may impact the pregnancy or the fetus.

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN Procedures and Treatments:

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN specialists may provide direct care to patients or may provide consultation services or co-management care with obstetricians. In addition to traditional obstetric and gynecological duties performed during pregnancy, these specialists may perform more complicated diagnostics and procedures that include: Amniocentesis, Targeted ultrasound, Fetal blood sampling, Fetal transfusions, Fetal surgery.

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN Profession Details:

Completion of a medical degree and related hands-on experience is a prerequisite to obtaining OBGYN training. Physicians will receive OBGYN training in a qualified residency program that lasts for 4 to 7 years. The certified OBGYN will then receive formal education and clinical experience in a Maternal-Fetal medicine fellowship program that is approved by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Additional certification requirements may need to be met as well. Continuing education and recertification are required to maintain Maternal and Fetal OBGYN licensing and certification.

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN Associations:

The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology certifies all physicians wishing to practice OBGYN and related specialties. This non-profit organization is recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties, which helps sets standards for requirements and certification of medical professionals. Those with the maternal and fetal medicine specialization also may be members of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine.

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN FAQs:

What Is a Maternal and Fetal OBGYN?
A Maternal and Fetal OBGYN is an obstetrician that specializes in high risk pregnancies and in diagnosing and treating complications during pregnancy.

What Does a Maternal and Fetal OBGYN do?
A Maternal and Fetal OBGYN helps women with high risk pregnancies to avoid complications through education and the use of specialized diagnostics and medical and surgical interventions when necessary.

Maternal and Fetal OBGYN Related Terms:
OBGYN, obstetrician, gynecologist, obstetrics, gynecology, high risk pregnancy, complications, pregnancy, childbirth, fetal distress, fetal care, amniocentesis, maternal and fetal medicine, fetal transfusion, fetal blood sampling, fetal ultrasound, fetal surgery, birth defects