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High Risk Pregnancy
Call Baystate Maternal Fetal Medicine
There are many factors that can lead to a high-risk pregnancy or delivery. If you or your baby need specialized care, you can rely on the experts at Baystate Health.
We provide comprehensive high-risk pregnancy and neonatal care. We also have the area’s only neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Baystate Medical Center.
Equally important, our team of board-certified nurses, doctors, and specialists also offers the experience and emotional support you need.
HIGH-QUALITY CARE FOR HIGH-RISK PREGNANCY
Your pregnancy may be considered high risk because of your age, previous problems with pregnancy, or a health condition. No matter what the cause, we’ll create a personalized plan to support your and your baby’s health.
Our multidisciplinary team of experts includes maternal-fetal medicine specialists, neonatologists, neonatal nurses, and reproductive medicine specialists.
Depending on your needs, a complicated pregnancy may require:
- More frequent prenatal visits
- Care from a maternal-fetal medicine specialist
- Genetic testing and counseling
- Pre-birth testing, including non-stress testing and amniotic fluid assessment
- Neonatal care
- A scheduled cesarean delivery (c-section)
If you have questions or would like to begin prenatal care, contact one of our Women's Health practices. Learn more about our birth centers, prenatal care, and labor and delivery options.