Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship
Manage high-risk pregnancies and improve outcomes for mother and baby as a graduate of EVMS’ Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship.
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What you'll learn
Where you'll train
EVMS Hofheimer Hall
EVMS Maternal-Fetal Medicine provides care for high-risk pregnancies and is the primary training site for Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellows. The clinic offers several subspecialty programs that focus on prenatal diagnosis and genetics, maternal transport, fetal cardiovascular care and care for expecting mothers with diabetes and HIV. Fellows work in a supervisory role at this clinic and collaborate with ultrasonographers, perinatal geneticists, perinatal dietitians and other support staff to deliver coordinated patient care.
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, the primary teaching hospital for EVMS, is home to the area's only Level I trauma center and burn trauma unit and the region's premier heart program. Sentara Norfolk General's obstetrics unit has about 700 maternal transports and 3,000 deliveries annually.
EVMS Maternal-Fetal Medicine Peninsula Office
The EVMS Maternal-Fetal Medicine Peninsula Office is a satellite office located in Newport News, VA. The third year fellow rotates once a week at this location during the Block A rotation. Fellows are afforded this opportunity in order to benefit from invasive diagnostic procedures, ultrasound with complex fetal malformations and perinatal consults.
EVMS Princess Anne Office
The EVMS Princess Anne Office is a satellite office located in Virginia Beach, VA. The third year fellow rotates once a week at this location during the Block B rotation. Fellows are afforded this opportunity in order to benefit from invasive diagnostic procedures, ultrasound with complex fetal malformations and perinatal consults.