Overview of Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin
The Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin is a collaborative effort between Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin. It is the only program of its type in Wisconsin offering compassionate individualized care when there is a fetal health concern in a pregnancy.
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Our highly trained physicians and nurses partner with your physician to offer the best care for you and your family. About 70 percent of babies seen at the center are born at Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin Birth Center located inside Children's Hospital. This means the mother nor the baby needs to be sent to another facility, no matter what complications arise.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children's Hospital provides the highest level of care available to newborns in the state and can respond immediately to urgent needs of the baby. Learn more:
- Common questions about pregnancy
- Common procedures in the NICU
- The NICU team
- Equipment used in the NICU
Having mother and baby under one roof makes it easier for the mother to breastfeed, bond with her baby and allows for families to meet face-to-face with their baby's care providers. It also makes it easier for family members to visit.
Not all babies will need emergency medical care. If this is the case, you can deliver your baby at the hospital of your choice. During your pregnancy, the Fetal Concerns Center can help you plan for your baby's follow-up care by providing education and counseling. Learn more about our services.
Programs and clinics
Conditions treatedThe specialists at the Fetal Concerns Center have extensive experience in treating critically ill babies with birth defects to those requiring immediate surgery and life-saving treatment. Learn more about specific prenatal diagnoses.
Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin accepts patient self-referrals as well as those from physicians. For more information or to make an appointment, call:
(414) 805-4776 in Milwaukee.
Toll-free (855) FETALWI (338-2594).
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