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The David A. Nagey Perinatal Outreach Program: Consultation and Maternal Transport

Ernest Graham M.D., Outreach Medical Director

Michelle Phillips, R.N., B.S.N., Coordinator

About Us

The David A. Nagey Perinatal Outreach Program at Johns Hopkins Medicine provides:

  • 24/7 telephone consultation services with Johns Hopkins perinatologists
  • Maternal transport services, either by ambulance or air
  • Person-to-person consultation at many statewide locations
  • Specialized and comprehensive high-risk obstetrical services, including:
    • HIV in pregnancy
    • Genetic counseling
    • Diabetes in pregnancy
      Managed by maternal-fetal medicine specialist or high-risk obstetrician referral
    • Obstetric ultrasound

Learn more about David Nagey.

How to Initiate Transports and Consultations

Perinatology consultations and/or maternal transports can be arranged by calling any of the following:

  • Hopkins Access Line (HAL Line)
    410-955-9444 OR
    1-800-765-JHHS (5447)
  • Johns Hopkins Birthing Center (Labor and Delivery)
    1-888-JHH-MOMS (544-6667)

Methods of Transportation

  • Ambulance. Ground transportation can be arranged by the referring hospital through its local ambulance services.
  • Air. The Johns Hopkins Lifeline transport system will provide either air or ground transportation. Arrangements can be made via the HAL line at 410-955-9444.

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