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Perinatal Medicine

Expectant mothers expect great medical care and healthy babies. They don’t expect complications. But when issues do arise, it’s essential to address them right away. Rochester Regional Health provides responsive, personalized care for mothers- and babies-to-be. Our unique combination of clinical knowledge, experienced staff, and high-tech equipment allow us to deliver specialized diagnostic and consultative services. 

Prenatal Testing

Most pregnant moms can't wait to have an ultrasound. Rochester Regional Health's Maternal-Fetal Medicine teams (including Perinatal Medicine and Antenatal Testing) provide ultrasounds and other diagnostic testing and treatments for mothers and babies-to-be. 

Diagnostic Services for Expecting Moms

Our comprehensive diagnostic imaging systems offer state-of-the-art imaging technology, including 3D/4D ultrasounds and Doppler assessments. These systems help us to detect any abnormalities earlier than ever before and significantly improves diagnostic confidence in complex exams.  

  • Prenatal diagnostics
    • Sonography, including first-trimester screenings
    • Fetal echocardiography
    • Procedures such as chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and amniocentesis
    • Genetic testing and counseling
  • Consultation for antepartum maternal and fetal complications
  • Gynecologic sonograms, including sonohysterography
  • Fetal monitoring, including biophysical profiles

High-risk Pregnancies

Your pregnancy is high risk if you or your baby has an existing condition or infection that creates an increased chance of developing health problems. Your obstetrician will monitor your status more closely and with more frequent doctor visits.

Certain health conditions can put you at higher risk for problems such as pre-term labor and preeclampsia. Those conditions include:

  • Advanced maternal age (35 and older)
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy 
  • Genetic condition
  • Heart disease
  • Heart problem
  • High blood pressure
  • Viral infection (HIV or Hepatitis C)
  • Kidney disease
  • Lung disease 
  • Problem with past pregnancies 

Contact Us

Perinatal Medicine at Unity Hospital

1555 Long Pond Road
Rochester, NY 14611
Office Phone: (585) 368-4570

Perinatal Medicine at Rochester General Hospital

 

1425 Portland Ave, Suite 480
Rochester, NY 14621
Office Phone: (585) 922-4000

 

Perinatal Medicine at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital

 

1200 Driving Park Avenue

Newark, NY 14513

Office Phone: (315) 332-2427

 

Perinatal Medicine at United Memorial Medical Center

 

33 Chandler Avenue

Batavia, NY 14020

Office Phone: (585) 344-4700

 

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