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Services We Provide

High Resolution Ultrasound

Use of sound waves to evaluate your baby’s size and anatomy. This test does not involve X-rays. 3D/4D ultrasound is used when medically indicated.

Color Doppler Studies

Use of ultrasound to study the blood flow from fetal or placental vessels.

Fetal Echocardiography

Use of ultrasound to perform a detailed study of the fetal heart anatomy and function.

Biophysical Profile (BPP)

Ultrasound evaluation for fetal well-being.

First Trimester Screening

Ultrasound evaluation of the nuchal translucency, measuring a small area at back of fetal neck, for chromosome problems such as Down Syndrome and Trisomy 18. This test is a combination of Ultrasound measurement and blood work.

Noninvasive prenatal testing for fetal aneuploidy/Fetal DNA testing

A targeted genetic test using blood from mother to determine if fetal DNA is present indicating Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome), Trisomy 18 (Edward Syndrome) and Trisomy \13 (Patau Syndrome).


Diagnostic test using a needle to remove fluid from the sac around the fetus to send for genetic studies or fetal lung maturity.

Chorionic Villus Sampling

Diagnostic test where placenta is biopsied using a needle for genetic studies. This test is generally performed from 11-12 weeks

Office Consultation/Co-Management

Patients can be seen during pregnancy or even before conception (pre-conceptual visit) for counseling and to discuss a plan of care for a variety of maternal, fetal or obstetrical concerns. Consultations are performed at the request of your primary OB/GYN provider.

Inpatient (Hospital) Consultations

We can assist with your management while in the hospital. This can be requested by your primary OB/GYN provider. We also perform specialized fetal procedures such as Percutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling (PUBS) and fetal transfusion when indicated in rare situations if there is a suspicion of fetal anemia.

Non-Stress Test (NST)

Monitoring of the fetal heart rate pattern with an external monitor. This test is not currently performed in our office, but may be recommended in certain situations.