Specialty care

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High-risk pregnancy

If your primary care provider, obstetrician or other specialist has a concern regarding your pregnancy, you may be referred to a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, which is a health care provider who specializes in caring for those with high-risk pregnancies and babies with complex needs.

Genetic counseling

Genetic counselors see patients and families for a variety of reasons. Often it is to discuss testing and screening options or to review previous test results. 

 
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Fetal medicine & surgery

The Midwest Fetal Care Center, a collaboration between Children’s Minnesota and Allina Health, provides maternal and fetal care when a high-risk pregnancy affects the unborn baby.

Neonatal care / NICU

The neonatology program at Children’s Minnesota provides clinical expertise and compassionate care for thousands of newborns each year, making us the largest high-risk neonatal referral center in the upper Midwest.

 
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Obstetric hospitalist care

Obstetric hospitalists are board-certified OB/GYN physicians who provide an extra level of care support to new moms and babies staying at The Mother Baby Center on an as-needed basis.