GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - When expecting a baby, it's a time of anticipation and excitement. Mothers look forward to their routine doctor check-ups to learn about their baby's developmental progress and counting down the months until their due date. Often times amidst all the joy, it can be easy to take a healthy pregnancy for granted. Luckily, if you or someone you know requires specialized pre-natal care, Spectrum Health has trained experts to help you and your baby.
Spectrum Health's maternal-fetal medicine specialists understand the unique challenges of a high-risk pregnancy. These risk factors might include multiple gestation, a prenatal diagnosis and fetal growth disorders.
While obstetricians/gynecologists are qualified to treat these issues by training and experience, maternal-fetal medicine specialists can supplement the skills of your physician by providing consultation, co-management and direct care.
Maternal-fetal medicine services at Spectrum Health are available on inpatient, outpatient and consultative basis. For more information visit www.spectrumhealth.org/maternal-fetal-medicine.
Spectrum Health Maternal and Fetal Medicine
25 Michigan Street NE, Ste. 5200
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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