Perinatal Outreach Program
The Cedars-Sinai Perinatal Outreach Program provides diagnosis and treatment for women who are at high risk of complications, or who develop problems during pregnancy. Using the latest technology, the team can screen for genetic and medical disorders and monitor your baby's health in the womb.
Balancing the needs of mother and baby is key to the Cedars-Sinai Perinatal Outreach Program. If your pregnancy has been identified as high-risk, we offer a variety of services to ensure you get special care, including:
- 24-hour access to board-certified maternal-fetal medicine specialists and board-certified neonatologists
- Critical-care services for mother and child, including cardiac, surgical and neuro
- Counseling and care for maternal and fetal abnormalities, including heart disease, skeletal dysplasia, kidney disease, bowel disorders and brain abnormalities
- A dedicated 16-bed Maternal-Fetal Care Unit for women who need extended monitoring or treatment, and adult intensive-care units that are specialized for different health issues
- A state-of-the-art Level IV Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the Cedars-Sinai Maxine Dunitz Children's Health Center
- Collaboration with the Cedars-Sinai Guerin Family Congenital Heart Program, which provides advanced care for mothers or babies with congenital heart disease
- Advanced genetic services at our Prenatal Diagnosis Center, including chorionic villus sampling, placental biopsy and amniocentesis
Our team includes doctors from a number of disciplines, who work together to diagnose issues and care for you and your fetus.