Restricted COVID-19 Visiting Guidelines: Starting March 13, we have updated visiting guidelines to protect all patients, visitors and staff due to COVID-19, coronavirus.

If you're visiting mom and baby at The Mother Baby Center: Review Allina Health's guidelines

If you're visiting baby in the neonatal units: Review Children's Minnesota guidelines

Learn more about COVID-19 and pregnancy: The Mother Baby Center COVID-19 Information

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 women with high-risk pregnancies and babies with complex needs.

A pregnancy may be considered high risk if you:

  • are pregnant with more than one baby
  • are 35 or over
  • have had significant problems with previous pregnancies
  • have a health problem or develop a health problem that may worsen during pregnancy (such as gestational diabetes)
  • have a baby diagnosed with a medical condition that requires special care

Most patients can continue to see their primary care provider while the perinatologist works with your provider as a consultant. Some patients, based on medical history or pregnancy course, may be recommended to be transferred to a specialist.

Minnesota Perinatal Physicians provides high-risk pregnancy care for women in the five-state region. Our perinatologists care for mothers and their babies while they are in utero (in the womb).

Meet our perinatologists.

Midwest Fetal Care Center experts diagnose and treat potentially life-threatening conditions in babies before they are born. Our fetal surgeons are skilled in procedures such as fetal transfusion for anemia, fetal surgery for twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, and more.

Meet our care team.

For more information about these services, please contact one of our locations.