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When you’re expecting a child, you want to do all you can to keep your growing baby healthy. Sometimes, however, you or your baby may develop risks or complications that require extra medical care. Whether these challenges happen while you are pregnant, during delivery or right after your baby is born, Mercy is ready to provide expert care.
Our team includes maternal fetal medicine specialists who are specially trained to care for moms and babies in high-risk pregnancies, and neonatologists who specialize in caring for infants born prematurely or with special challenges.
Together, we use advanced technology to assess your baby’s needs and develop a personalized care plan to help you and your baby stay as healthy as possible.
If needed, we’ll continue to care for your newborn in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), where our tiniest patients receive expert medical attention and monitoring around the clock -- until they’re well enough to go home.
Our maternal and fetal medicine specialists treat many conditions associated with high-risk pregnancies and fetal illnesses. Our specialists perform several procedures during pregnancy to detect, diagnose or treat many of these conditions and complications, such as:
Mercy understands how stressful it can be to know you have a high-risk pregnancy. We’re committed to providing you the best possible care throughout your pregnancy with compassion and loving support , and to your baby after birth.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including: