If your baby has been diagnosed with a birth defect or other medical condition during your pregnancy, we can help. The Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin offers compassionate, individualized care for you and your baby - from pregnancy to delivery and beyond.
The Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin is a cooperative effort between Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin. We provide the kind of care you’d expect from one of the best pediatric hospitals in the country. Our highly trained physicians and nurses partner with your physician to offer the best care for you and your family.
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What to expect
When you come to the Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin, you can expect:
Expertise and experience
This is the only program of its type in Wisconsin and one of only a few in the entire country.
Comprehensive, coordinated care
At Children's Hospital, we have all the care you and your baby (or babies) will need in one convenient location. The staff and providers at the Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin, coordinate visits so that specialists and services are brought to the family, generally keeping the family in one location for their prenatal visits.
Programs and support
At Children's Hospital, we know how difficult it can be when your baby is diagnosed with a medical condition before his or her birth. In addition to providing outstanding care for you and your baby, we offer programs and support to make your pregnancy, delivery and post-delivery care as easy as possible. Learn more about our programs and support.
A top-level NICU
In addition, if you choose to deliver your
baby here, our Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) offers a
highly experienced staff and state-of-the-art equipment that can handle
all neonatal health concerns - no matter what type of complications may
arise. Like no other in the state, Children's Hospital's Level IV NICU
is conveniently located near a high-risk birth center, eliminating an
ambulance ride while keeping mom and baby close after delivery.
Benefits of delivering at Children's Hospital
As a patient of the Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin, you generally have the option to either deliver here or to deliver at another hospital of your choosing. The Birth Center at Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin is located inside Children's Hospital. If you deliver your baby here, you will have access to many resources that will help you care for your baby, especially if he or she has to spend time in the NICU. For example, you will be able to:
- Bond with your baby
- Meet face-to-face with your baby's care provider
Delivering here also makes it easier for family members to visit both mom and baby at the same time.
Planning and services, even if you deliver at another hospital
If your doctors don't think your baby will require emergency care after birth, you can deliver your baby at the hospital of your choice. During your pregnancy, the Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin staff can help you plan for your baby's follow-up care by providing education and counseling. Learn more about our services.
Learn more about our NICU
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children's Hospital provides the highest level of care that is available to newborns in Wisconsin, and we can respond immediately to your baby's urgent needs. Learn more.
The specialists in the Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin have extensive experience treating critically ill babies with birth defects and babies who require immediate surgery and lifesaving treatment.
Learn more about some of the specific conditions we treat.
Specialty programs and services
Learn more about the conditions we treat to make your pregnancy and your child's time in the hospital as easy as possible.
The Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin helps families learn more about their baby's prenatal diagnosis , and coordinates care for mom and baby during pregnancy and after delivery.
If your baby has been diagnosed with any condition or abnormality and you’d like more information about that diagnosis or what your treatment options are, contact us.
For more information or to make an appointment, call: (414) 805-4776 or toll-free (855) FETALWI (338-2594).