After your baby has been born, our fetal and transitional medicine team continues providing comprehensive, personalized care. The team that worked with you during pregnancy and delivery is the same team caring for your baby now, ensuring smooth, seamless continuity of care. The specialists at the Fetal Medicine Institute of the Children’s National Health System are committed to giving your baby the best possible start in life.
Your baby’s postnatal care plan will depend on his or her medical condition and where you delivered. You can feel reassured that our team will seamlessly coordinate your baby’s care. Our fetal medicine specialists will work closely with your family and your baby’s pediatrician to ensure your baby receives the most comprehensive care:
If your baby requires critical care after birth, we will coordinate her/his transfer to one of our critical care units:
For more information, call us at 1-202-476-7409.
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Our fetal medicine team provides specialized, expert care for babies during pregnancy, delivery, and the postnatal period.
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