State-of-the-art women's health services

EVMS Maternal-Fetal Medicine is a division of EVMS Obstetrics and Gynecology. Our physicians and staff are members of EVMS Medical Group, a not-for-profit practice supporting the mission of EVMS, which serves Hampton Roads and its outlying communities. 

Through education, research and clinical care, our mission is to provide state-of-the-art women's health services designed to enhance clinical treatment and outcomes to pregnant women and their unborn children in our communities.

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Our locations

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Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Newport News

Warwick Shopping Center
10852 Warwick Boulevard
Newport News, VA 23601
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Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Norfolk

Hofheimer Hall
825 Fairfax Avenue, Suite 310
Norfolk, VA 23507
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Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Princess Anne

Princess Anne,
2075 Glenn Mitchell Drive, Suite 500
Virginia Beach, VA 23456

Our services and programs

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Prenatal Diagnosis and Genetics

This program provides a wide array of services, including counseling for preimplantation genetic diagnosis, amniocentesis, DNA and enzyme analysis, and umbilical cord stem cell collection.

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Specialized Ultrasound Technologies

Certified ultrasonographers provide state of the art ultrasound imaging for prenatal diagnosis of fetal malformations (defects), complex gynecologic pathology and other problems.

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Diabetes in pregnancy

Our certified diabetes educators have extensive experience in caring for pregnant women with diabetes and provide a unique multidisciplinary approach to women's medical care.

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The Sentara-EVMS Cardio-Obstetrics Center provides comprehensive care for pregnant individuals who have pre-existing or newly developed cardiovascular conditions.

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Placenta accreta

Our experienced providers are well-versed in recognizing and managing the potential risks associated with placenta accreta, a condition that can occur during pregnancy. Placenta accreta occurs when the placenta attaches too deeply into the uterine wall, posing a life-threatening situation for the mother.