We Are Here For You
The Center for Fetal Therapy remains open and our commitment to families diagnosed with fetal conditions is unwavering. We are still providing urgent, life-saving fetal treatments, taking every precaution possible to protect the safety of our patients.
We are available to our current patients via phone, myChart messaging and video visits to discuss your treatment plan and answer any questions you may have. Our team is also offering telemedicine consults to new patients who want to learn more about our center.
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The diagnosis of a fetal condition prior to delivery can be confusing and overwhelming. The compassionate and experienced physicians of the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy will work with you to understand your diagnosis and treatment options. We collaborate with maternal, neonatal and pediatric experts to provide comprehensive care that ensures the best outcomes for both mom and baby.
Why Choose Us?
At the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy, our patients benefit from:
- A family-centered approach to care where we empower our patients to be partners in their treatment and prioritize both maternal and fetal health.
- An expert team of fetal surgeons who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of a range of fetal conditions, including congenital diaphragmatic hernia, spina bifida and complicated monochorionic twins, using the most advanced fetal intervention procedures.
- Evidence-based treatment plans informed by our research into how to deliver the best outcomes for both mom and baby.
- A multidisciplinary care team that provides coordinated care from diagnosis and pre-birth intervention, to delivery and beyond.
At the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy, physician referral is a handshake, not a hand off. If you are caring for a patient facing a complex fetal diagnosis, call 1-844-JH-FETAL (1-844-543-3825) and speak directly to a physician to learn how we can partner to deliver comprehensive care.