When you and your unborn baby are facing rare and unique medical challenges, you'll find expert care at the Fetal and Neonatal Medicine Center at Rush. Specialists in the center diagnose, manage, support and oversee your care when you:
- Are pregnant with a baby who has medical challenges
- Have pregnancy complications that may affect your baby
The center brings together a team of experts who provide coordinated mother-baby-family care for your pregnancy and beyond. Your team at Rush is dedicated to providing you with the advanced care you need to ensure best possible outcomes for you and your baby.
The center can treat babies with a wide range of medical problems, such as issues with heart, brain and intestinal development.
You can contact the center at (312) 942-9472 or through the 24/7 answering service at (312) 942-RUSH (7874).
Remarkable Care for Kids
- Comprehensive care: Your care team at the Fetal and Neonatal Medicine Center at Rush may include a wide range of pediatric and adult specialists, including maternal-fetal medicine doctors, neonatalogists, pediatric specialists, women's health nurse practitioners, genetic counselors and social workers. These specialists will work with you and each other to create a personalized care plan for you and your baby, both before and after your baby is born.
- Fetal cardiac program: If prenatal tests reveal that your baby has a heart condition, your care team in the Fetal and Neonatal Medicine Center at Rush will work with specialists in the Fetal Cardiac Program to develop and care plan to address your baby's heart condition during pregnancy and after your baby is born.
- Prenatal genetic counselor: The Fetal and Neonatal Medicine Center at Rush has a dedicated prenatal genetic counselor who specializes in working with parents to discuss options and results of prenatal genetic screening and educating them about genetic conditions that are diagnosed in pregnancy.
- Care close to home: Maternal-fetal medicine doctors from Rush see patients at several convenient locations, including at the Rush campus in Chicago, Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, and satallite locations in Joliet and the north side of Chicago.